Student workshop dating violence and abuse

At pm PAVE, in cooperation with other student organizations, will be hosting Sandra Kim, from Everyday Feminism, for the DVAM keynote address: “The Critical Role of Healing in Activism”.

It occurs in both heterosexual and homosexual relationships and can include any combination of verbal, emotional, physical, sexual abuse, and even financial abuse.

On March 23, Team One Love @ Virginia Tech will host an Escalation Workshop from -8 p.m.

in the Public Safety Building at 330 Sterrett Drive, Blacksburg, VA, 24060.

PAVE reaches out to students through interactive peer education workshops, campus outreach events, and awareness raising campaigns.

PAVE's vision is a campus community that practices health sexuality, expects and offers respect, and celebrates pleasure so enthusiastically that is incompatable with violence. Domestic violence is a pattern of behavior used to establish power and control over another person through fear and intimidation, often including the threat or use of violence.

It may start as early as middle school when youth start dating for the first time.

The dangerous effects of teen dating violence and sexual assault can significantly affect the rest of a teenager’s life if it is not prevented or stopped. Interpersonal and Physical Dating Violence among Teens.

Parking is available in the Southgate and Coliseum lots. Virginia Tech also offers multiple resources for individuals suffering from domestic violence or abuse or have questions about the signs of an abusive situation.

For more information visit the Police Department website or contact Cline at 540-231-6411.

To educate students about the warning signs of relationship violence and the resources available, the Virginia Tech Police Department has partnered with the One Love Foundation to activate the entire campus in a movement to end relationship violence.

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