SHARPP Events

Check out our upcoming events!

 

March


None of your business? A look at relationship abuse and the role of bystanders
Wednesday, March 10 | 2:10-3:30pm | Zoom Link

Join SHARPP & UNH's Women's and Gendered Studies Department for 2021 Feminist week!
This program begins to explore and answer the questions: What can one reasonably expect from a partner?
Where is the line between love and abuse? What about the “gray areas?” 

This interactive program includes discussion and activities that explore the warning signs of abuse, dynamics of abusive relationships, strategies for intervention and safety planning.
Participants will examine ways to support a friend or loved one who is experiencing abuse.

Zoom Link: https://unh.zoom.us/j/9923461212

 

Direct Action for Incarcerated Survivors: Letter Writing
Friday, March 26 | 1pm | Registration link

Survivors of interpersonal violence, especially BIPOC survivors, are often criminalized by our justice system for defending themselves against abuse & assault. Letter writing is a form of harm reduction for these survivors, and receiving a letter of support can serve as a lifeline for some who are incarcerated. Join SHARPP's Direct Action sessions this spring to learn more about incarcerated survivors, ways you can help, and strategies on writing letters. Until then, visit our direct action campaign landing page and our highlighted cases page.
Pre-registration is required for these virtual events.

 

April


Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM)

Follow us on social media (@UNHSHARPP), and visit our SAAM webpage to stay updated on our awareness programs, recommended readings, and educational workshops happening throughout the month as we honor & uplift survivors and bring increased attention to sexual violence.

Direct Action for Incarcerated Survivors: Letter Writing
Friday, April 23 | 2pm | Registration link

Survivors of interpersonal violence, especially BIPOC survivors, are often criminalized by our justice system for defending themselves against abuse & assault. Letter writing is a form of harm reduction for these survivors, and receiving a letter of support can serve as a lifeline for some who are incarcerated. Join SHARPP's Direct Action sessions this spring to learn more about incarcerated survivors, ways you can help, and strategies on writing letters. Until then, visit our direct action campaign landing page and our highlighted cases page.
Pre-registration is required for these virtual events.