Program at CSU helps students play by the rules

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In response to the Australian Human Rights Commission’s national report on sexual assault and harassment at Australian universities, Charles Sturt University recently rolled out an innovative face-to-face program, Playing Right, that educated new students and student leaders about issues of sexual consent and bystander response.

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Program at CSU helps students play by the rules. / Gibson, Suzanne.

In: The Western Advocate Online, 07.03.2018, p. 4-4.

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