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Schools are wrestling with the question: what are equitable services for both survivors and respondents in sexual misconduct cases? Based upon the results of a recent national landscape survey, the presenters of this session will address a range of issues, including promising practices for both types of support services, and the ways that both parties, and the institution, can be better served by providing equitable support services in sexual misconduct cases.
By participating in this session, attendees will:
- understand the differences between services provided to survivors and respondents;
- identify the ways that providing respondent services can serve both survivors and the institution; and
- understand the national landscape of respondent support services at institutions across the country and implications for their own campus.
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