Officers

BAME Rep

Class Representative

Co-Chair

Communications Officer

Consent Education Lead

Disabilities Rep

International Rep

LGBTQ Rep

Men*s Rep

Rep Liaison Officer

Secretary

Suspended Students' Rep

Treasurer

Welfare Officer

Women's Rep

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Any University of Oxford student who identifies with the demographic of this Campaign is free to join. This gives you the right to vote in the Campaign's Elections.

It Happens Here Leadership Election 2024

13 posts are up for election.

Nominations are now closed.

The polls are open and will close at 18:00 on Thursday 29 February 2024 (in 2 days and 11 hours)

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Fixing broken lights on Merton Street

Lights on Merton Street are set to be fixed shortly, after working with the SU and the council.

Wed 17 Mar 2021
 

It Happens Here is an anti-sexual violence campaign led by Oxford University students.

Need Support? Click here for our online resource guide.

Our Mission

Prevent. Protect. Empower.

Our Values

  • Inclusive & Intersectional
  • Confidential
  • Non-Directive
  • Survivor-Centred
  • Feminist
  • Collaborative & Accepting

Free Online Consent Training (for all Oxford University students)

  1. Go to https://courses.epigeum.com/register
  2. Sign up with:
    1. your preferred email (doesn't have to be your Oxford university email)
    2. your college in the Institution-specific field
    3. c3fa6d9f in the Token field
  3. Activate the link sent to your email (check your junk folder if not received) and you'll be taken to the course. To access the course manually, look for the "Consent Matters: Boundaries, Respect and Positive Intervention, Second Edition (International)" course on the Epigeum website.
  4. The course is divided into three 20-minute modules, including:
    1. Thinking about consent
    2. Communication skills and relationships
    3. Looking out for others
  5. You can also add your certification to your CV and LinkedIn

If you or someone you know has been affected by sexual or domestic violence, you can find details about resources and support services on this webpage.

 To view our constitution please click the button below 

IHH Campaign Constitution

  • Support for Survivors

    13 Nov 2017

    The following document includes information about: In college support, University support, Local support, National support, Domestic Violence support , Contacting a SARC (sexual assault referral centre), Contacting the police and evidence collection, and getting medical attention

  • Supporting Survivors

    13 Nov 2017

    The following document provides you with some general advice about how best to support a survivor