Enough is Enough Community Forum

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Cultural Diversity

Members discuss and ask questions about cultural diversity and meeting the needs of diverse student populations. Sharing of resources, tools, and connections to diverse cultural organizations is strongly encouraged. Members can also discuss experiences, challenges, and successes with partnering with diverse groups, and/or establishing culturally diverse curriculums and messaging.

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Immigration

Members discuss and ask questions about immigration policy, immigrant issues/concerns/challenges, engaging with different immigrant populations, student visas, exchange students, etc. Members are strongly encouraged to share successful strategies and experiences in working with immigrants; resources and tools; and connections to immigrant organizations.

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Language and Accessibility

Members discuss and ask questions about language accessibility and health literacy resources and tools. Members can also discuss challenges and concerns as well as share successful strategies and implementation of language access tools and resources. Members are strongly encouraged to share resources, tools and connections to organizations that can assist with language access such as translation and interpretation.

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Multi-session/ Ongoing Primary Prevention Programming

Members discuss and ask questions about successful strategies for developing sustainable primary prevention models on their partner campuses. Members are strongly encouraged to share challenges as well as successes in establishing multi-dosage prevention programming and/ or campaigns on campuses, gaining buy-in, and strategies for centering community-level prevention efforts.

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Commuter/ Online Students

Members discuss and ask questions about engagement strategies and challenges with online/ commuter students. Members discuss successful programming implementation strategies; experiences with campus administration and faculty in developing programming and dissemination strategies; and resources and tools programs have used and their experience with these tools. Members are strongly encouraged to share any tools or resources they have successfully used in efforts to reach online/ commuter students.

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Supporting Students in Title IX and Criminal Legal Processes

Members discuss and ask questions about advocating for student survivors in the Title IX Adjudication and criminal legal system processes. Members can share experiences, challenges and successful strategies on their advocacy role, student access and providing student support during the process (including as an Advisor of Choice). Members can also discuss campus policies (for example single investigator vs. hearing model) and differences in process and resources between reporting to law enforcement vs. reporting to the institution.

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Supporting Neuro-diverse Students

Members discuss and share tools and strategies for ensuring that all prevention programming and direct service work is inclusive of neuro-diverse student populations. Members can discuss advocacy strategies with neurodivergent students with systems, including criminal legal and Title IX, as well as engagement strategies for inclusive workshops and trainings.

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Multidisciplinary Collaborative Campus Work (e.g. CCRTs)

Members discuss and ask questions about engaging in multidisciplinary collaborative work with their campus partners. This can include strategies for establishing a task force/ Coordinated Community Response Team on campus – identifying stakeholders and key members, gaining campus buy-in, ensuring student representation, suitable projects and policy work, etc.

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Evaluating EIE Work and Programming

Members discuss and share successful strategies for evaluating your ‘Enough is Enough’ work, including direct service client satisfaction survey templates, as well as workshop evaluations, pre/post-tests, and conducting student focus groups. Members can also share their approaches to integrating feedback to improve on their programming and methods.

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Campus Climate Surveys and Policy Work

Members discuss and share successful approaches to engaging in the campus climate survey process, as well as in ensuring responsive policy changes in its aftermath. Members can ask questions about how to gain trust to ensure involvement in survey creation as well as analysis, and/ or how to establish a relationship where sustainable policy work is engaged in with campus partners.

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Direct Services Outreach and Campus Office Hours

Members discuss and ask questions about challenges, concerns, and successes in offering crisis counseling and advocacy, and direct services to student survivors. Members can share strategies around gaining university/college buy-in, building relationships with administration with the goal of establishing on-campus office hours, and share examples of successful implementation and space utilization at their local campuses.

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