October 5-6, 2019
111 NE 11th Ave
To register or sponsor this event, go to: https://foundationofncsf.wildapricot.org/events/
The North West Consent Summit is bringing diverse communities together to reshape the meaning and practice of consent.
We will examine consent at the intersections of age, class, disability, gender, race, and sex. We will explore different definitions of consent, strategies to build cultures of consent, methods of teaching consent, and ideas for responding to and reconciling after consent incidents.
We strive to contribute new ideas, evolution, and growth to the national dialogue regarding consent, and we seek solidarity, not conformity, in how we understand and engage in consent.
Who do we hope will attend the summit and contribute to the reshaping of the meaning and practice of consent?
Activists, Recovery Communities, Alternative Sexuality Communities, Communities of Different Generations (all adults), Disability Communities, Survivors, Communities of People of Color, Ethnic and Cultural Communities, Sexual and Gender Minorities, Medical and Mental Health Professionals, Lawyers, Members of the Media, Military Personnel, Event Producers, Sex Workers, Academia and Campus Life.
Keynote Speakers will discuss The Importance of Consent and why it is critical in our Communities on Saturday and The Evolution of Consent over 40 years on Sunday.
Panels and workshops include:
Basic Consent Learn and Meet
STARS (Communicating directly with partners beforehand Relationship, Avoids, Turn-ons, STI Status, Safer Sex Etiquette)
What is A Consent Incident or Violation?
Consent and Power
Consent Differences between Communities: Ethnic+Culture+Generational
Consent Differences between Communities: Sex Workers+BDSM+Poly+Swingers
Transformative Accountability Debate and Community Q&A
Managing Consent for Organizations
Engaging Awesome Boundaries (CE credits pending)
How to Teach Advanced Consent Concepts (CE credits pending)
Managing Consent in Neurodivergent Communities (CE credits pending)
How to Help People When their Consent is Violated (CE credits pending)
How to help People Who are Accused of a Consent Violation (CE credits pending)
Join us for this interactive consent event!