Compulsory Consent Workshops at SOAS

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Enough is Enough is a student led campaign that began in 2015 and aims to tackle harassment on campus.

The Enough is Enough Consent Workshop is a mandatory workshop for all incoming students, set up to combat sexual and gendered violence, as well as other forms of harassment, violence and abuse. We will cover issues around consent within systems of power and discuss various intersecting identity categories, such as gender, sexuality and race. The workshops aim at building awareness and providing everyone with an understanding of consent to create an enjoyable environment for everyone during your university experience.

Whether you are new to the discussion around consent, or you already have experience - we invite you to join the discussion and learn from each other.

You will be assigned a workshop which will be automatically added to your welcome week timetable; there’s no need to arrange this! 

Be sure to check your SOAS emails regularly and log on to your timetable here.

Our facilitators are trained to deliver sensitive content and will give trigger warnings when necessary. However, if you would rather opt-out because of previous traumatising experiences you can access support from our Student Advice and Wellbeing Team as well as signing up for survivor-led consent workshops.

We look forward to seeing you in a workshop soon!

If you have any queries, plese get in touch by emailing us on and we'll get back to you as soon as we can!

This webpage was last updated on: 30 Jun 2014 10:54