SARSAS Pauseplaystop

Added: 09 February 2015

SARSAS are running a new campaign to increase awareness on active sexual consent called PausePlayStop. Their aim is to engage target audiences with stickers, posters, leaflets, beer mats and postcards and these are being distributed throughout Somerset and Avon providing helpful information and directing people to the new website full of interactive resources.

In 2015 the campaign to stress the importance of understanding why sexual consent is important is being focused on students and young people across Bristol, South Gloucestershire, Somerset, North Somerset and Bath and North East Somerset.

Small Acts of Rebellion Theatre Company are putting on an immersive theatre production and outreach programme called Fair Game – aimed at younger audiences (13-18) and all about sexual consent and healthy relationships.

The campaign is being evaluated and led by SARSAS with expert input from Inside Media PR, sexual health, Arts and culture, Women’s forums, Educational Action Challenging Homophobia (EACH), Gloucestershire Rape and Sexual Abuse Centre, Health Promotion and Youth Services.

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