What is Enough is Enough

Find out about what the project does and it's history at SOAS
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Enough is Enough is a campaign which tackles issues around sexual and gender based violence. We provide consent workshops for all incoming students, and run a welfare contact program which trains students to be active bystanders and aims to create a culture of consent on campus and beyond. 

The campaign is responsible for:  

Raising awareness of SGBV on campus & educating students about consent  

Making the reporting systems and support available at SOAS accessible to those who need them 

Understanding the structures that uphold a ‘rape culture’ and how this perpetuates SGBV on campus  

Giving students the tools to create a ‘consent culture’ on campus and in their lives off campus 


History of Enough is Enough 

In the academic year 2013/14, a Union General Meeting motion was passed in support of the National Union of Students campaign ‘I heart consent’ which the SOAS Student Union team then developed into the ‘Enough is Enough’ campaign. In 2015/16 the SOAS Board of Trustees agreed to funding across 5 years for the SU to deliver mandatory consent workshops for all SOAS students. A total of £65,000 over 5 years was agreed to fund this work. In 2021/22 the University agreed further funding for an additional three years. 

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