Sexual Health and Guidance (SHAG)
What is this campaign about?
The birds, the bees, the you and the me.
No matter your gender, sexuality or opinions about sex, it is important that students are educated about sex and healthy relationships. Thats why this year your SU President, Tuna will be running activity to get people talking about sex openly and honestly.
SHAG week will take place on campus on the 10 - 14 February 2020.
What is the purpose of the project?
||To provide students with guidance and get people talking about healthy sex and relationships
||Working on it - we'll be running an array of activity for SHAG Week 2020 (10 - 14 Feb)
||To establish annual on-campus STI testing for students provided by the NHS
||Working on it - we are hoping to work with the NHS two times over this academic year
||To provide students with free condoms on campus
||Complete - we provide free condoms at the SU Reception. You can also get them from the Student Nurse
||To be a critical friend to the University by working with the 'Empower to Act' (EMPACT) group to improve the prevention and response to sexual violence
||Working on it - we are part of a number of committees improving reporting, policies, training and communications
||To run workshops and communications about consent
Useful knowledge, services and links
Below are a number of useful links and resources.
|Student Health Service, City Health Centre
||Contraception advice, including free condoms and emergency contraception
||Bookable appointments Mon - Fri 09:30 - 11:30, drop-in clinic Mon - Fri 13:00 - 15:00
||Chris Barnes, Nurse Advisor - 0207 040 5998
|All East NHS: STI self-test kits
||Order a free STI test at home kit or book an appointment at a clinic
||Depends on clinic
A 42-page guide for people of all genders and sexualities with sex-positive tips and more
Get in touch
If you are interested in hearing more about this work, or want to get involved you can email Tuna, your SU President.