DOING THE WORK RIGHT REQUIRES THE RIGHT TOOLS
Working to end campus sexual violence is never going to be easy. But with the right tools, you and your institution will be well-positioned to take on this essential and critically important work. We offer tools and resources to support every type of institution, at all levels, so that every institution can be on their way to fostering a culture of respect.
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In May 2020, the Department of Education (ED) passed the long-awaited final Title IX rule, which must be implemented by August of this year. Colleges and universities are working furiously to interpret the rule and understand the implications for implementation by the deadline. The Title IX Technical Assistance Project (T9TAP) is a service available through Culture of Respect that provides individualized support and technical assistance in implementing the new Title IX rule. T9TAP also helps colleges and universities think beyond simple compliance to more thoughtful, intentional efforts around sexual violence prevention and response through our newly-released Title IX Guide: Going Above and Beyond Compliance.
The CORE Constructs Toolkit is a suite of six guides that provide in-depth guidance on how to prevent and respond to campus sexual violence. They include resources, tools, and templates that can be adapted to meet specific institutional needs, and shared with staff and stakeholders across your campus.
The CORE Blueprint is a reference guide of evidence-based and expert-recommended practices in campus sexual violence prevention and response. Compiled by experts from our multidisciplinary Advisory Board, the CORE Blueprint is organized around six key areas – the six pillars – that are essential to an effective institutional strategy for ending sexual violence. All Culture of Respect programs and tools are grounded in this six-pillar framework.
The CORE Evaluation is a comprehensive self-assessment survey that allows institutions of higher education to inventory their efforts to prevent and respond to sexual violence. The questions are organized around the six pillars of the CORE Blueprint, prompting institutional leaders to look at policies, programs, and procedures in each area.
This tool from Culture of Respect is a curated list of theory-driven and evidence-based sexual violence prevention programs available in the field. The Matrix provides detailed information about each of the programs listed, and programs can be filtered by format (online, in person, etc.) as well as by audience (undergraduate students, graduate students, or faculty and staff).