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Charles Sturt University: Subject Zero

The Australian Human Rights Commission reports that 1 in 5 Australian students experience sexual harassment or assault at university.
Charles Sturt University has a zero-tolerance policy towards any kind of sexual misconduct, but knew it wasn't enough to simply tell students about it – they wanted to educate and empower them to put it into practice too.
The result is Subject Zero, an integrated approach that addresses the problem from a bold new perspective: transforming sexual conduct into a university subject with zero tolerance for failure.

The national programme was launched by renaming O Week to Zero Week, and installing a series of interactive posters on-campus and online.

Each poster linked to a tutorial, teaching students how to: report sexual misconduct, start a confidential conversation with a specialist counsellor, be safe on campus, get consent, and call out harassment.

Charles Sturt University's Interim Vice-Chancellor Professor John Germov says: "In the coming year we will launch a range of initiatives, all part of Subject Zero, to ensure all our students understand the university's zero tolerance policy. We want our students to be confident of putting this into practice and to know where to get further help, information, or report incidents."

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