- “The Backlog Crisis” - Ilse Knecht, senior Policy and Advocacy Advisor, Joyful Heart Foundation
- “The Call to Men” – Ted Bunch, Co-Founder and Director of A Call to Men
- “The Call to Students” – Josy Jablons and Meghan Racklin, NYU “The Call to Parents” – Charlotte Poth, The Center for Sexual Assault Crisis Counseling and Education
- “The Call to Conversation” – Katie Cappiello and Meg McInerney, SLUT: The Play
- “The Call to Action” – Ileana Jimenez, Student Active For Ending Rape (SAFER), Representative Sarah Merrimen, Jessica Buchanan, The Center for Sexual Assault Crisis Counseling and Education, and Jean Bucaria, NOW-NYC
Information to check out:
- Callisto is designed to provide a more empowering, transparent, and confidential reporting experience for college sexual assault survivors. Students can fill out an account of an incident online, save the report, and decide if they want to report now or later. Website: https://www.projectcallisto.org/
- Amnesty Policies at colleges/universities – (similar to the Good Samaritan Policy) students cannot be punished for use of illegal drugs/underage drinking/etc while reporting sexual assault. Check to see if your campus has an Amnesty Policy!
- Better Sex Talk - http://www.bstcampaign.org/
- End the Backlog - http://endthebacklog.org/ Information and alerts regarding rape kit backlogs.