Presented by:

  • Nubia Peña, Utah Coalition Against Sexual Assault (UCASA)


We cannot discuss prevention of sexual violence without discussing the oppressive practices that are normalized in our communities and institutions across the nation. From dress codes and harassment policies that disproportionately target women”s bodies, trans bodies, bodies of color and LGBTQ+ youth to implemented practices that place the burden of sexual harassment on the individual that experiences it- prevention practitioners can become involved beyond their specific sphere of influence by advocating and advancing policy reforms in a way that promotes greater justice and access to rights, safety and dignity.


This workshop is sponsored by the National Sexual Violence Resource Center (NSVRC) as part of the Prevention track to support Rape Prevention and Education program.