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Winter Involvement Fair- Feb 5
Thursday, Feb 20 and 27
Thursday, April 3 and 10
Friday, April 11
Creighton Green Dot
Violence Intervention and Prevention Center
What is consent? How do you define consent? Do you pay attention to verbal and non-verbal cues from others? How do YOU give consent in different situations? Click here to learn more.
The VIP Center defines violence as any action that has the primary motivation of asserting power, control, or intimidation over another person. This includes:
- Dating/Domestic violence
- Sexual assault
- Sexual harassment
- Child abuse and neglect
- Vulnerable adult abuse and neglect
What do we do?
Advocacy: We provide support to individuals who have experienced violence, either directly or indirectly through a friend or loved one. We provide information and access to campus and community resources and assist individuals in exploring options and making decisions.
Education: We provide trainings and resources on sexual assault, dating/domestic violence, stalking, bullying, and working with children and vulnerable adults.
Prevention: We are implementing a coordinated, campus-wide effort to help reduce violence by engaging bystanders and promoting positive, proactive behaviors. Through these actions we will see a reduction in violence.
Creighton University Commitment
The Creighton University community is based on a Catholic, Jesuit tradition and is committed to supporting the intrinsic value of each human being. This commitment includes:
Respect and promote the dignity of all persons.
Consistent with this principle is growing in understanding of different cultures and groups, resolving conflicts fairly, appreciating peoplesí differences, and seeking truths and values essential to human life and community. This principle challenges you to refrain from actions that threaten or discourage the freedom, personal safety, and respect that all individuals deserve. Inconsistent with this principle are actions that compromise or demean the intrinsic worth of individuals or groups. All forms of racism, sexism, pornography, lewd behavior, harassment, intimidation, taunting, insult, physical harm, and discrimination are inconsistent with this principle.