SRI Peer Facilitators
SRI Peer Facilitators is a student lead team of law students from all degree programs at the law school. Facilitators partner with Student Services to design and provide law school specific workshops, discussions, and activites as part of the University Life Sexual Respect Initiative.
Peer Facilitators are trained in group discussion and facilitation techniques. They facilitate over 30 workshops to begin conversations with over 900 students annually.
During Spring 2016 the Peer Facilitators issued a challenge to Law School student organizations. Membership in the undersigned organizations now also brings with it a pledge to support sexual respect in a broad deffinition.
Interested in being a Peer Facilitator? Contact email@example.com
2016 CLS SRI Pledge
We, the undersigned Columbia Law School student organizations,
Recognizing the continued existence of gender inequality,
Firmly believing in the importance of equal access to education,
Emphasizing the important role of lawyers in social change, and
Deeply Concerned by the prevalence of sexual violence,
- Support participation in ongoing sexual respect training
- Affirm Columbia University’s Gender-Based Misconduct Policy
- Aspire to set an example for Columbia University
- Commit to prevent and eliminate gender-based
misconduct, harassment and discrimination
- Resolve to be aware of privilege, implicit bias, and
- Further resolve to take affirmative steps to address
problems of gender inequity on and off campus