Check out our resources for third-level educators and student leaders below!

Click here to explore our full list of resources for third level educators and student leaders, for the 2022/23 academic year.

We recommend first watching our awareness-raising video for third-level staff below, or click here to watch the video with reflective questions and discussion topics. This video is currently being updated for the 2023/24 academic year, to include new resources such as Speak Out.

Active* Consent Sexual Consent Workshop for College Students

The Active* Consent Workshop (available in-person or online) provides a sex-positive and safe space to explore the nuances of sexual consent. It is aimed at first-year college students.

The workshop focuses on skills and knowledge to navigate the college landscape and establish healthy, consensual sexual relationships, as well as develop an awareness of sexual violence and harassment and local supports/services.

Click here to learn more about the workshop, and how to get trained as a facilitator.

Sexual Violence and Harassment:
How to Support Yourself and your Peers eLearning Module

This eLearning module introduces a nuanced understanding of sexual violence and harassment, and was designed specifically for college-age students.

This self-guided module brings users on a gamified journey to increase knowledge and build confidence to navigate the complexities of consent on their college campus. The module also provides users with practical and introductory skills in supporting friends who disclose negative sexual experiences and how to safely intervene in developing negative situations in peer groups and communities.

Click here to learn more and to access the module.

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Start Here campaign

Active* Consent and USI’s 2020 national Sexual Experiences Survey revealed that 79% of college students who disclose sexual misconduct (rape, sexual assault, sexual harassment) told a close friend.

The #StartHere campaign gives young people the basic skills and information to handle a disclosure from a friend or peer sensitively and effectively.

Click here to access our Start Here campaign resources for third-level.

Consent is for Everyone campaign

Our #ConsentisforEveryone campaign shows young college-aged people that consent is much more than yes means yes, and no means no.

So what does that mean?

Consent is for everyone – all genders, orientations and relationships, from one-night stands and friends-with-benefits to long term relationships.

Consent is for everything – all types of intimacy, from kissing, sexting, to having sex (whatever that means for you).


Click here to learn more about our Consent is for Everyone campaign, and to access our campaign pack for educators.

“Green Flags” activity 

The Relationship Green Flags Activity is a positive, interactive exercise that encourages students to reflect on their idea of a “good” romantic partner, and the positive aspects of romantic and sexual relationships. It helps to show students that consent is a positive concept, not just something related to sexual violence.

While we should be aware of red flags, as it is important to raise young peoples’ awareness of abusive/unhealthy relationships, it is also important to share information on what healthy relationships look like.

This is a great activity for college campuses for a variety of events, including:

  • Student orientation
  • Wellness Week
  • Consent Week
  • SHAG (Sexual Health Awareness and Guidance) Week

Click here for our How-To guide on delivering the Green Flags activity in your institution.