© 2016 Safebae.org. All Rights Reserved

  • w-facebook
  • Twitter Clean
  • Instagram Social Icon

Contact us : shael@safebae.org  

SAFEBAE CONSENT SUMMITS

In 2019, we began piloting our vision for regional consent summits around the US.

The pilot summit was a first of its kind and the goal was for it to serve as a template for scalability on a national level.  We are eager to work with student leaders in other regions to build similar events and empower more communities to lift up student leaders around the country!  #letkidslead 

We are SO EXCITED to announce

that we will be holding THREE Summits in 2020!

MAINE, VIRGINIA, & NEW MEXICO

registration information & how to attend will be available on each Summit page, as details are finalized!

                               if you are interested in hosting a SafeBAE Summit in your area!   

below is are details from our pilot Consent Summit in Maine 

Summit Recap Reel

Summit Press

Screen Shot 2019-11-05 at 3.52.50 PM.png
Screen Shot 2019-04-02 at 8.19.08 PM.png

Learning Objectives

Students who attend this summit will be able to:

  • Define and recognize consent, as it relates to sexual and other interpersonal interactions

  • Identify their boundaries and how to be comfortable in maintaining them

  • Ask for consent in a way that isn’t coercive

  • Identify a situation that may escalate to sexual assault, how to be an active bystander, non-confrontational ways to intervene (BAEstander!)

  • Empathize with and better respond to survivors of sexual violence

  • Access resources for themselves or friends who have been impacted by sexual violence (national and local)

  • Contribute to changing the culture of their school/community with better practices around consent, bystander intervention, and general rape culture.

  • Understand how “rape culture” and gender roles impact consent

 

Adults/mentors who attend this summit will be able to:

  • Define and help students recognize consent, as it relates to sexual and other interpersonal interactions

  • Empathize with survivors of sexual violence

  • Access local and national resources for themselves, friends, or students/youth, who have been impacted by sexual violence

  • Help students apply communication skills that build understanding of their needs in relationships and that express their boundaries

  • Understand how “rape culture” and gender roles impact consent

  • Communicate more comfortably and directly with youth about sex, sexuality, and consent (or help them get to the people who are more comfortable)

Break Out sessions will be presented by partner organizations and experts in each location.

National Sponsors:

  • Thrive Causemetics

  • Childhood Foundation

  • And more to come . . . .

This site was designed with the
.com
website builder. Create your website today.
Start Now