EAAA in the News

The Flip the Script with EAAA™ Train-the-Trainer stronger than ever!

In 2021 and 2022 we returned from a 2-year COVID hiatus and were able to host five Flip the Script with EAAA™ Train-the-Trainer workshops at the University of Windsor, the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado and a French training in Montréal, Québec. We were so grateful that these amazing folks from Canada and the United States were willing and able to travel to be in-person with us. 2023 introduced us to more amazing people who are committed to bringing the program back to pre-pandemic levels on campuses globally.

Women who attended the May 2023 Train the Trainer

It has been a whirlwind of planning to host and train individuals from Canada (May 2023 - see photo) and Australia (January 2023). We are working on plans for our May 2024 workshop along with on-going work supporting the research on our teen and online adaptation.  

Thank you to everyone who participated and those who have started or restarted implementation of the Flip the Script with EAAA™ program at their institutions.

 

 

Dr. Senn is named Royal Society of Canada (RSC) Fellow, Academy of Social Sciences 2022

Dr. Senn is named Royal Society of Canada (RSC) Fellow, Academy of Social Sciences 2022.

Dr. Senn signing as a Fellow at the Royal Society of Canada.The Royal Society of Canada elects Fellows and Members after rigorous evaluation and review of their accomplishments.  Fellows have been elected by their peers for their outstanding scholarly, scientific and artistic achievement.  Recognition by the RSC for career achievement is the highest honour an individual can achieve in the Arts, Social Sciences, and Sciences.

14th Annual Psychology Day at the United Nations

Watch Dr. Charlene Senn's talk at the 14th Annual United Nations Psychology Day. She was invited to present on Flip the Script with EAAA™ program as an example of social psychology's contributions to evidence-based best practices to reduce sexual violence against women. Her talk begins 33 minutes into the video.

Watch it here

Other news articles

Bell Media AM800 Dan MacDonald show: Flip the Script Adolescent Program is recruiting.

CTV News: A call to young girls for help in important UWindsor study (25-09-2023)

CTV News: University-level sexual assault resistance program now open to high school students (10/03/2023)

MacLean's: How 'emancipatory sex-ed' can help prevent rape ( 14/01/2021)

The 61% Project: Why Haven't Sexual-Assault Statistics Improved? ( 04/09/2020)

Jane Thornthwaite, MLA for North Vancouver-Seymour: EAAA aka the Flip the Script ™ program is recognized in the BC Legislature as a program making a difference. ( 28/03/2019)

Flare Magazine: These Are the Heroes In the Fight to End Gender-Based Violence ( 08/12/2018)

Portico Network YouTube channel: Future directions on Sexual Violence Prevention with Dr. Charlene Senn ( 23/10/2018)

APA Monitor: Making Campuses Safer ( 10/10/2018)

Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH): Ending sexual violence: Uncomfortable truths and reasons for hope ( 24/09/2018)

Ottawa Citizen: Policy is not enough: Universities need a comprehensive approach to preventing sexual assault, experts say ( 17/09/2018)

Psychology Today: Why It's Time for Sexual Assault Self-Defense Training ( 05/09/2018)

University of Windsor: Health Minister learns about effective sexual assault prevention program ( 08/08/2018)

Ms. Magazine: Flipping the Script on Campus Sexual Assault ( 11/07/2018)

New York Times: Equipping Women to Stop Campus Rape ( 30/05/2018)

CBC News: UWindsor prof lauded for work to prevent sexual violence against young women ( 08/05/2018)

University of Windsor: Work against sexual violence earns Canada Research Chair for UWindsor professor ( 07/05/2018)

After Me Too: Ep. 5: Trauma, Memory, and the Psychological Effects of Sexual Violence and #AFTERMETOO ( 13/03/2018)

University of Minnesota Alumni Association: A New Culture: The U rolls out a plan to address sexual assault and harassment on campus ( 01/02/2018)

Mashable: What we can learn about sex and power from the #MeToo backlash ( 20/01/2018)

Academic Minute: Charlene Senn, University of Windsor - One Critical Piece of the Puzzle for Preventing Campus Sexual Assault ( 20/02/2018)

Sexual Violence Research Intiative: Women's resistance to sexual assault in the time of #MeToo ( 07/12/2017)

CTV: Fighting back against sexual assault ( 22/11/2017)

APA Monitor: Stopping sexual assault ( 07/11/2017)

Vice Magazine: This Controversial Program Teaches Women to Spot 'Pre-Rape' Warning Signs ( 17/10/2017)

CBC Morning: Ontario Morning Podcast (at the 27:00 mark) ( 13/09/2017)

The Conversation: Rape at universities: One program is proven to reduce it ( 04/09/2017)

Buzzfeed: One Program Is Proven To Reduce Campus Rape. Why Don't We Teach It? ( 01/09/2017)

Glamour Magazine: Why Is Campus Rape Still So Prevalent? A 40-year-old Journalist Went Back to College to Find Out ( 02/08/2017)

CBC News: New post-secondary sexual assault policies a start but fall short, experts say ( 23/04/2017)

2Ser 107.3: The Fight to Reduce Sexual Assault ( 17/09/2017)

the Cut: Should We Teach Women Rape-Prevention Tactics? ( 15/06/2015)

New York Times: College Rape Prevention Program Proves a Rare Success ( 10/06/2015)

Windsor Star: University of Windsor prof's strategy cuts rapes of university women in half ( 08/06/2015)

Globe & Mail: Teaching women self-defence still the best way to reduce sexual assaults: study ( 07/06/2015)

Global News: Rape prevention training greatly lowers risk of sex assault: study ( 06/06/2015)

CBC News: Sexual-assault prevention program cut rape rate nearly in half ( 11/06/2015)

CTV Midpoint: Dr. Charlene Senn discusses rape prevention in Canadian college campuses ( 30/11/2012)

Selected Presentations

 WATCH Dr. Senn’s keynote address at the 2019 Art of Resistance Conference in Thunder Bay, Ontario (runtime: 60 minutes with an additional 30 minutes for Q&A).

 WATCH Dr. Senn discusses Future Directions on Sexual Violence Prevention at the 2018 Conference Ending Sexual Violence and Harassment: Current Research and Prevention (runtime: 2:58).