Sexual violence online isn't just a "women's issue." Even though female identifying students historically experience higher rates of harm, emerging data shows abuse targeting male-identifying students is on the rise. What does abuse in online spaces look like, how do different genders experience it, and how can we be part of the solution?
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After this talk, attendees will be able to:
Recognize new abuse trends, including sextortion and virtual reality sexual harassment
Explain 2 ways to challenge online victim blaming and shaming
Identify 2 collaborative approaches to disrupt the culture of cyberflashing
Who can attend?
All students, faculty, staff at Columbia and affiliate schools (Barnard, Teachers College, Jewish Theological Seminary, and Union Theological Seminary) and the broader community are encouraged to participate.
This event is open to all, including individuals who are not affiliated with Columbia University.
Adam is an internationally recognized digital safety expert who believes you do not have to be a tech expert to protect yourself or others in the digital age. He advises the White House Task Force to Address Online Harassment and Abuse, sits on the World Economic Forum's Digital Justice Advisory Committee and has worked with technology companies like Bumble to improve the safety and wellbeing of people online. Adam's work and expertise has been featured on CBS and in Vogue, MIT Technology Review, the Washington Post, SELF Magazine, GQ, VICE and others.
Columbia Health makes every effort to accommodate individuals with disabilities. If you require accommodations to attend this event, contact Disability Services at 212-854-2388 or [email protected] at least 5 days in advance of the event.