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King’s Visual and Embodied Methodologies (VEM) Network invites you to a series of workshops using your creativity to understand sexual harassment in student life and beyond.

Everyone is welcome, whatever your programme of study, gender identity, sexuality, and abilities.

The workshop asks you to participate in conversations and creative activities that we facilitate but you decide. We aim for a collective ‘mapping’ exercise of what sexual harassment is to different people, what safe and unsafe spaces are, what the norms are that underpin harassment, and how we may want to change those.

Get involved

The first workshop will take place on Monday 26th February, 11am-1pm in K2.40 (Strand campus). Lunch and refreshments will be provided. Please note, only King's students are able to participate.

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For more information, contact us:

To find out more about Visual and Embodied Methodologies and the VEM Network - Visit our website, or follow us on X/Twitter: @vem_kcl

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At this event

Jelke  Boesten

Vice Dean (Research), interim, SSPP

Phoebe Martin

Research Associate

Event details

King's Building
Strand Campus, Strand, London, WC2R 2LS