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Stalking Campaign, 2014

The University of Iowa Anti-Violence Coalition’s main goal is to prevent and intervene with any issues of sexual misconduct, dating/domestic violence, and stalking. Recent subcommittees have focused on reviewing web resources for victims/survivors, developing policy recommendations for stalking, and creating tools to promote evidence-informed prevention education strategies.

 In particular, the Anti-Violence Coalition, in partnership with M+D, created an anti-stalking campaign. The goal of the campaign was to illustrate everyday situations and activities that are considered stalking. It included topics such as: Giving unwanted gifts, showing up uninvited, harassing on social media, and repeatedly sending unanswered emails, calls or texts.

The campaign was planned as a follow-up to stalking policy review and revision work that occurred last year; five policies were modified to include a definition of stalking. For more information and resources visit the Iowa Now Article, Stalking: Know It. Name It. Stop It. 

Liz Abramsohn, Art Direction
Liz Abramsohn, Graphic Design
Emily Hovren, Marketing
Shannon Kelly, Marketing
Bret Gothe, Marketing Direction

Office of the Sexual Misconduct Response Coordinator

Services Provided:
Posters Logos Photography Digital Displays

Date Completed:
December, 2014