The Bystander Intervention & Community Engagement (BICE) program works to involve a variety of communities in the movement to end sexual misconduct, including but not limited to sexual assault, sexual harassment, intimate partner violence, and stalking. By reaching out to student communities such as Transform, Out in STEM, South Asian Awareness Network, Students Allied for Freedom and Equality, athletics, fraternities, Co-ops, ROTC, and many more, SAPAC BICE aims to approach conversations about sexual misconduct in an intersectional manner. This allows the BICE program to talk about bystander intervention and sexual misconduct in a way that is inclusive to the variety of experiences throughout our campus. Through this intersectional approach, SAPAC's workshops and resources become more accessible and relevant to the diverse student population. Some of the events that the BICE program hosts are the No Shave November for Consent campaign, Yes Means Fest, Manel and Frat Chat.
Please check out the BICE's No Shave November for Consent promtional video for 2014!
We are able to work with your organization to tailor this workshop's content/delivery to your specific needs. Please allow us at least 2 weeks to respond to all workshop requests, especially if you would like a customized workshop for your group. Workshops are free of charge so if you would like to schedule a workshop or have any questions, please visit or contact our office or:
We also offer a Bystander Intervention Workshop that includes role playing and discussions of real-life situations to help bystanders feel more comfortable taking action if they are witnessing coercive behavior.
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