No Justice Without Healing, No Healing Without Justice: An Online Commemoration (31 October 2020)
Survivor and Advocate Stories: Looking Back, Looking Forward
In time for its one year anniversary, Time’s Up Ateneo is making space for all survivors, advocates, and their stories, told or untold. Through this campaign, Time’s Up Ateneo seeks to explore what justice means for Atenean survivors and advocates who may not have benefitted from the University’s recent steps forward with regard to combatting sexual harassment. We hope to generate conversation about how the school can continue toward a gender-responsive, safe, and progressive future, while understanding and addressing its flawed past.
To submit your written or video essays, poetry, visual art, etc. for this campaign, kindly email email@example.com.
by Jasmine Cruz Time’s Up Ateneo (TUA) has been continuing its activities throughout the pandemic. Last January 29, 2021, TUA held an advocacy training with Ms. Aimee Santos-Lyons, National Program Officer for Gender and Gender-Based Violence Unit of the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA). After some introductions, Ms. Santos-Lyons informed us of what we canContinue reading “Time’s Up Ateneo’s Advocacy Training: Imagining Justice and Appreciating Diverse Opinions”
What do people need to know about responding to sexual violence, about being a victim-survivor, and about perpetrators? How can we, as a community, support victim-survivors? What measures should institutions implement to safeguard against sexual violence? What do we do when institutions fail to fulfill their responsibility? Time’s Up Ateneo is holding a webinar onContinue reading “Webinar on Safeguarding against Sexual Violence (with Dr. Carmen La Viña)”
This is one of the stories collected by Time’s Up Ateneo for its online campaign, Stories of Resistance, Stories of Hope: A Series of Online Testimonials about the October 15, 2019 Protest and the Anti-Sexual Violence Movement in Ateneo. Through this campaign, Time’s Up Ateneo hopes to generate conversation about how the school can continue towardContinue reading “Pat’s Story (Part 2)”