We want to ensure that everyone knows what consent actually is,
reduce the stigma around using it and empower students to call out
behaviours they don’t feel comfortable with.
I ♥ Consent is back with a new look to encourage students
to challenge behaviours.
I ♥ Consent is back with a new identity. Consent manifests in so many
parts of life from shaking someone’s hand to initiating sexual
activity. These are both very normal parts of our lives for a lot of
people and it’s important we get it right.
Consent: permission for something to happen or agreement to do
The difference between flirting vs harassment: Flirting requires
consent from both parties involved vs Harassment is defined as
unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, and the other
verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature.
Examples of sexual harassment:
What kinds of things should you look out for to challenge your
We have found a couple of handy resources for when it comes to
challenging your friends and peers. Check them out:
To find out where to get support visit
the RUSU Welfare Directory.
How to report?
With students returning to campus as restrictions begin to ease we
wanted to make sure students felt safe whilst spending time with