Enough is Enough


An Introduction to Enough is Enough 

Enough is Enough is a campaign which tackles issues around sexual and gender based violence. We provide consent workshops for all incoming students, we usually run a welfare contact program which trains people to be active bystanders and aim to create a consent culture on campus and beyond. ‘Enough is Enough’ started in 2015 and the Student Union secured a commitment and funding from the school to deliver mandatory consent workshops for 5 years to all new undergraduate and postgraduate students at SOAS. The S.U. usually runs these mandatory workshops during freshers fortnight. The campaign continues during the year, in order to push for consent workshops for all students and all staff. Furthermore, public events against sexual violence, and individual or group support for those who have experienced such violences are other activities the campaign seeks to provide. Our vision of a consent culture is where harassment and violence is not tolerated, where everyone feels empowered and confident to seek out support, and where we can all respect each others’ boundaries, comfort zones, sexualities and desires.


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Immediate support

SOAS Students' Union is committed to tackling all forms of harassment. If you find yourself being the victim of harassment or witness an incident, please contact one of the following services.


SU Contacts

Advice & Welfare Caseworker, Susanna Momtazuddin

020 7898 4983


SU Complaints Form



External Contacts

  • Camden Safety Net: Independent Domestic and Sexual Violence Advisors.
    020 7974 2526
  • The Havens: Specialist centres independent from the Police in London supporting people who have been raped or sexually assaulted.
    020 3299 6900
  • Rape Crisis: A feminist organisation that exists to promote the needs and rights of women and girls who have experienced sexual violence.
    0808 802 9999 (Freephone; 12 noon - 2.30pm and 7 - 9.30pm every day of the year)
  • Muslim Community Helpline is a confidential, non-judgemental listening & emotional support service.
    0208 904 8193 [and] 0208 908 6715 (Monday to Friday, 10.00am to 1.00pm)
  • National Stalking Helpline


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