Tue 12 December 2023 10:00-12:00
Meeting Room 3, U Block, The Students Union, UWE Frenchay Campus
The Anti-Sexual Violence Service is a non-judgemental, inclusive, and confidential space for you to seek support if you have experienced sexual trauma of any kind, even if you don’t want to report something. Come and have a chat to explore what support the ASVA service can provide for you.
What is the Anti-Sexual Violence Service?
UWE’s Anti-Sexual Violence Service provides a non-judgemental, inclusive, and confidential space for you to seek support if you have experienced sexual trauma of any kind, even if you don’t want to report something. It’s important to note that this is self-referral, appointment-based service, not a crisis service. We can give you unbiased information about reporting processes with the police and university so you can make the best decision for you.
How can we help?
As UWE’S Anti-Sexual Violence Advisor (ASVA), I can support you in:
It’s important to note that UWE’s ASVA will give you tools and unbiased information but will not tell you what to do – that is always your choice, and you will be supported whatever you choose to do.
Booking required: No
Open to: All UWE Bristol students
Disabled parking: Yes
Step-free access: Yes
Automatic doors: Yes
Accessible toilets: Yes (U Block)
Induction loop: No
Guide/ assistance dog-friendly: Yes
Quiet spaces available: Yes
The Students’ Union at UWE welcomes all abilities/ disabilities, ages, ethnicities, and genders into our spaces. If you have any questions, concerns or additional requirements then please let us know so that we can make your time at this event as comfortable as possible.
For more information about this event, please contact: SUCommunity@uwe.ac.uk