Let’s Talk about Sexual Violence is a student-led programme in partnership with GUSRC and Rape Crisis Scotland.  It is a 2hr peer-led workshop, covering:

  • sexual consent, reflecting on societal messages about sex and how this might impact our understanding of consent 
  • what consent is, and discussion around how to have clear communication around consent (both verbally & non-verbally
  • scenarios of potential consent violations and how we might understand these experiences.

These workshops are collaborative and interactive, and are free and open for all university students to attend.  

For more information, please contact workshops@src.gla.ac.uk


Sexual Violence Support & Resources

The SRC Advice Centre has a page of guidance for those who have been directly or indirectly impacted by sexual violence. You can access the page here: https://www.glasgowunisrc.org/advice/health-and-wellbeing/sexual-violence/

The SRC also employs a fully-trained Gender Based Violence (GBV) Counsellor who offers appointments in the Advice Centre every Tuesday.

If you have been directly or indirectly affected by GBV we would encourage you to come and seek confidential support. Find out more and book an appointment on this page: https://www.glasgowunisrc.org/advice/health-and-wellbeing/sexual-violence/gbv-counsellor/