Harassment, assault and even violence stand in the way of girls' and women's access to an equal education. We need to do more to make it stop!
AAUW opposes changes; releases study showing schools dramatically underreport harassment and violence.
Though may women experience bias and harassment on campuses, they are often reluctant to report it to officials because they worry about the repercussions of reporting.
Jane Doe, et al v. Howard University is a case involving six current and former Howard University female students (Jane Does) who reported sexual assaults in 2014, 2015, and 2016.…
AAUW strongly supports the vigorous enforcement of Title IX and all other civil rights laws pertaining to education.
AAUW supports the civil rights of all individuals and opposes all forms of discrimination, including discrimination based on gender identity and sexual orientation.
The #MeToo Movement was supposed to be a watershed moment. No longer would we sweep accusations of sexual assault under the rug. No longer would we blame assault survivors for…
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Sexual harassment is a form of discrimination based on sex. It is a violation of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
AAUW's policy recommendations for addressing campus sexual misconduct.