Respect Month | April 2022

UniSA’s newest annual event happening in April. A month to learn, but we’re making it fun (and free).  

In our inaugural year, we’re focusing on sexual assault and sexual harassment. What does it mean to be a good friend or partner? What relationship green flags should you be on the lookout for? What does respect mean in different communities? And when things go wrong, where can you get support? 

It’s a month chock full of useful info, resources, events, and fun stuff too. There’ll be craft sessions, helpful webinars, freebies, food, a student art competition and exhibition, and more.  

The free online events we are offering include:

  • Free craft workshops on all metro campuses from 11am-1pm
    • City West on Monday 4 April
    • Magill on Tuesday 5 April
    • City East on Wednesday 6 April
    • Mawson Lakes on Thursday 7 April
  • A webinar on sexual assault and the law with an expert panel. Tuesday 5 April, 3.30pm – register now
  • A special in-conversation with Jo Dyer on her new book Burning Down the House. Thursday 28 April, 6pm – register now
  • A webinar on Respect 101, with an incredible panel of local service providers who support diverse communities. Friday 29 April, 3pm
  • A student art competition, with a $300 first prize up for grabs! Find out more via our website