The Consent Collective &

The London School of Economics

Every university community needs to start talking about consent, sex, gender, sexual harassment and relationships.


That's why The Consent Collective is proud to be working with LSE to start conversations about these important issues.

All students and staff can get access to our content by signing in to Consent Collective TV using their university email address.


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Spread the word at LSE

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Get a flavour of Consent Collective TV by watching the videos below 


As well as using Consent Collective TV students and staff at LSE can also seek support from these organisations 

On Campus

Bullying and harassment can be reported using LSE's dedicated online form. The university states that any reports will be treated confidentially, and followed up promptly and fairly.

Click here for a list of sources of support and information on campus at LSE.

A sexual violence support worker from Rape Crisis South London, comes to LSE once a month and is there if you would like a safe space to talk about any sexual violence you have experienced, or to find out about longer term support.

Click here to find out more



Whether you're a member of staff or a student, it's everyone's job to spread the word about consent at LSE. 

Visit Channel 5

Go to Channel 5 of Consent Collective TV to find out how you can make us part of your Welcome Week and how to share and embed our videos on your university webpages.


Spread the word on your university campus using these downloadable images on your social media accounts. Don't forget to include a link to this page so that people can click through to find out more.

Click on the images below to download a print-ready PDF document with a choice of flyer designs including a back-page that lists support options at your university.  

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