Online videos to help your college or university talk about consent
"The Consent Collective adds a different dynamic to the university's student support on consent. Access to their content provides an accessible and positive opening for students and staff to discuss issues affecting us all."
Rebecca, Policy and Projects Officer
The University of Edinburgh
HOW IT WORKS...
When you subscribe to Consent Collective TV everyone at your organisation will have access to hours of engaging video content designed to inspire, support and educate.
Use our content to build safe and impactful campaigns
A large selection of our video content is embeddable and shareable, giving you readymade content to use in your campaigns and messaging about consent and sexual harassment.
Our trauma informed, psycho-educational videos can be used to support people living with the impact of sexual harm and relationship abuse. Provide timely support by embedding our videos on your support webpages.
Curated viewing with our watchlists
Invite staff and students to fast-track their learning using our curated watchlists for students, teaching staff and support staff.
Communicate across campus
Spread the word across your university or college using our social media ready images and marketing videos
Showcase your college or university
Commission Consent Collective TV content that features your people. From thought-provoking panel discussions to engaging podcasts we can showcase your talent and demonstrate that your organisation is an active part of conversations about consent and sexual harassment.
Referring to our work together will be simple. You'll have your own landing page on our website that will host your commissioned content and additional referral information. See an example landing page here.
Get a flavour of our content by watching the videos below
"As a Student Communications Officer, it's great to know there are tailored resources for our students. Consent Collective TV helps me communicate about important and personal issues with ease, and open up the conversation with a wider audience"
Olivia, Student Communications Officer, LSE