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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 06, 2022

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The UC Office of the President released a letter Aug. 26, inviting university employees and students to comment on proposed revisions to the sexual violence and sexual harassment policy.
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The UC Office of the President released a letter Aug. 26, inviting university employees and students to comment on proposed revisions to the sexual violence and sexual harassment policy.
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The office of ASUC Senator Saakshi Goel and UC Berkeley’s PATH to Care Center were notified in late December that they will receive a Wellness Fund grant of $54,000 each year for the next two years to further their mission of providing support to survivors of sexual harassment or violence.
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The office of ASUC Senator Saakshi Goel and UC Berkeley’s PATH to Care Center were notified in late December that they will receive a Wellness Fund grant of $54,000 each year for the next two years to further their mission of providing support to survivors of sexual harassment or violence.
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Undergraduate, graduate and professional students must complete this annual sexual violence and sexual harassment, or SVSH, prevention course on CalCentral.
Undergraduate, graduate and professional students must complete this annual sexual violence and sexual harassment, or SVSH, prevention course on CalCentral.
Small actions truly make a difference; every one of us is key to creating an equitable and violence-free society. Let’s come together as a community to prevent violence, harassment and oppression.
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Small actions truly make a difference; every one of us is key to creating an equitable and violence-free society. Let’s come together as a community to prevent violence, harassment and oppression.
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At UC Berkeley's PATH to Care Center, survivors of sexual violence and harassment are met with a supportive campus community that helps people in their position, according to Mari Knuth-Bouracee, the center's director.
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At UC Berkeley's PATH to Care Center, survivors of sexual violence and harassment are met with a supportive campus community that helps people in their position, according to Mari Knuth-Bouracee, the center's director.
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SB 331, which was authored by California State Sen. Hannah-Beth Jackson, will take effect Jan. 1, 2018. The bill will give survivors evidentiary privilege, which means that any discourse between a domestic violence survivor and a counselor will remain confidential. Before SB 331, according to Jackson, this privilege only existed for survivors of sexual assault.
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SB 331, which was authored by California State Sen. Hannah-Beth Jackson, will take effect Jan. 1, 2018. The bill will give survivors evidentiary privilege, which means that any discourse between a domestic violence survivor and a counselor will remain confidential. Before SB 331, according to Jackson, this privilege only existed for survivors of sexual assault.
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UC President Janet Napolitano has issued new sexual violence and sexual harassment prevention and response measures in light of recent concerns about how UC Berkeley managed sexual misconduct cases.
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UC President Janet Napolitano has issued new sexual violence and sexual harassment prevention and response measures in light of recent concerns about how UC Berkeley managed sexual misconduct cases.
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In light of a recent string of sexual assaults, Berkeley Police Department released a video of a potential suspect Thursday.
In light of a recent string of sexual assaults, Berkeley Police Department released a video of a potential suspect Thursday.
UC Berkeley has added two more staff members since the spring semester to support survivors of sexual assault by providing medical, legal and academic resources.
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UC Berkeley has added two more staff members since the spring semester to support survivors of sexual assault by providing medical, legal and academic resources.
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If passed, the Campus Accountability and Safety Act will amend the Clery Act and enhance Title IX requirements regarding sexual violence.
If passed, the Campus Accountability and Safety Act will amend the Clery Act and enhance Title IX requirements regarding sexual violence.