Student Groups


The consent awareness and sexual education (CASE) group is an intersectional, feminist, anti-racist group run by students at University of Aberdeen. We seek to combat sexual violence and harassment by raising awareness about consent and educating on preventative measures, as well as campaign for better support for survivors on campus. We facilitate workshops on consent, host discussions about sexuality and relationships, and run awareness campaigns on these topics. 

Our past work includes

  • Consent workshops (including LGBTQ+ and Asexuality specific ones)
  • Self-defence workshops held by a trained fighting specialist
  • Survivors support group (facilitated by a trained support worker)
  • Discussion nights (e.g. on pornography, open vs closed relationships)

We also have a representative on the Gender-Based Violence (GBV) working group led by the university and campaign to improve the prevention work being done at the university as well as the support offered to survivors.

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Volunteer with us

We welcome students who want to co-facilitate consent workshops, help with poster campaigns, or join in on other projects we are working on to join us as volunteers. Send us an email on to find out more.