Students Play the Rules

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CSU’s Playing Right program developed and led by Isabel Fox, is not some generic online sexual assault and harassment learning module, adopted by so many Australian universities, it is rather an intelligent and community-based initiative that promises to deliver lasting results.

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Students Play the Rules. / Gibson, Suzanne.

In: The Western Times, 08.03.2018, p. 4.

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