Category Archives: all around the world

EEOC ruled in favor of gender inclusive restrooms

Last week the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) delivered a landmark ruling that employees must have access to restroom facilities consistent with their gender identity. In other words: transgender people can’t be forced to use the wrong restroom AND they … Continue reading

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LGBT* Discrimination based on religion?

Lately, there have been many news stories highlighting a trend in state legislatures trying to discriminate against a certain group of people based on religious objections. Tennessee is currently considering a bill that would allow counseling and social work students … Continue reading

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Celebrate Brazil

In recognition of International Education Week, the Center for Global Education and International Studies Abroad are sponsoring a reception and performance and lessons on Brazilian martial arts and dance. It all starts Monday night, February 24, 2014, with the reception … Continue reading

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Marriage Equality Coming to Wisconsin?

Some brave couples in the state of Wisconsin are fighting for marriage equality. This is the courageousness we need to get this state moving forward and towards achieving equality and civil rights for all state residents! Check out the entire … Continue reading

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Prevention Resources

On 9/25/13 Wisconsin Coalition Against Sexual Assault (WCASA) hosted a webinar on Integrating Primary Prevention and Classroom Tips and Management. The slides and handout are attached above and the webinar is free to access on our website under “Prevention Education … Continue reading

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