Every university community needs to start talking about consent, sex, gender, sexual harassment and relationships.
That's why The Consent Collective is proud to be working with Heriot-Watt University to start conversations about these important issues.
The website regularly adds new videos, and also features a 'How to be good in bed' podcast, discussing consent, sex, relationships and gender.
All students and staff can get access to our content by signing in to Consent Collective TV using their university email address.
Whether you're a member of staff or a student, it's everyone's job to spread the word about consent and making sure everyone is part of the conversation.
Consent Collective TV is a library. Like any library, the more it's used the more impact it will have.
Play your part in creating positive change at your university by watching this short course of videos that will help you get the most out of Consent Collective TV.
As well as using Consent Collective TV students and staff at Heriot-Watt University can also seek support from these organisations:
University Student Wellbeing Services Offer multiple avenues of specialised support?
University counselling service
The Advice Hub Offer free, impartial and confidential advice
Edinburgh Rape Crisis Centre
Rape Crisis Scotland
Survivors UK (for men who have experiened abuse)
Edinburgh Women's Aid
National domestic abuse helpline
Shakti Women's Aid
UK LGBT domestic abuse advice
Abused men in Scotland
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