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The Title IX Office works together with the Harvard community to create and safeguard an inclusive community. We invite you to be part of this important endeavor by attending upcoming events and participating in the development of projects and programmatic work of the Title IX Office.

NASEM Action Collaborative

Harvard has joined an Action Collaborative founded by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine (NASEM), to address and prevent sexual harassment across all disciplines and among all people in higher education.

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We value our community’s involvement in the development of Title IX programming. If you are interested in participating in our programming and project development, participating in focus groups, or would like to join in video outreach efforts, let us know!

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If you are interested in scheduling one of our in-person training sessions for your group, department, etc., please fill out the Request A Training form. For Harvard community members only. 

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2020 Oct 01

On Account of Sex (1920)

4:00pm

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Zoom

The passage of the 19th Amendment in 1920 did not “give” women the vote. Rather, it established a negative: that the right to vote could not be abridged on account of sex alone. When the amendment passed, many women were already voting in states that allowed them to do so. Moreover, even after its passage,... Read more about On Account of Sex (1920)

2020 Oct 08

Current Issues in Womens Rights Advocacy – A Conversation with Wasserstein Fellows Julie Murray & Dina Bakst

12:00pm

Location: 

Zoom Webinar

From Texas Governor Greg Abbott’s temporary COVID-19 abortion ban to concerns of pregnant women about safe workplace conditions, the pandemic has surfaced a host of new issues that implicate women’s rights. Join OPIA for a conversation with... Read more about Current Issues in Womens Rights Advocacy – A Conversation with Wasserstein Fellows Julie Murray & Dina Bakst

2020 Oct 29

WAPPP Seminar Series: The UN, Women’s Movements, and the Post-Conflict Response to Sexual Violence

12:00pm

Location: 

Zoom Webinar (registration required)

The UN has promoted the establishment of specialized criminal justice mechanisms, such as specialized police and gendarmerie units, to respond to post-conflict sexual violence. However, countries have differed in how they have established these units. Drawing on over 300 interviews in Liberia and CÔte d’Ivoire, this talk analyses... Read more about WAPPP Seminar Series: The UN, Women’s Movements, and the Post-Conflict Response to Sexual Violence

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