"Jangueo con Sentido" Hanging out with sense, hanging out with consent
The Jangueo con Sentido project (or Hanging-out with Sense, Hanging-out with Consent) will advance the efforts to create respectful and healthy college environments on campuses as well as in sports and at crowded events by promoting awareness and educational activities.
CommunitiesAdults Athletes Bystanders Coaches Communities of color Latinx Men Students Women
ProductsCurriculum: Jangueo con Sentido project (or Hanging-out with Sense, Hanging-out with Consent) includes flyers, videos, coaches manual, and social media posts Contact Coordinadora Paz para la Mujer
SystemAdvocacy/rape crisis Colleges/Universities Sport
Collaborated with several public and/or private universities, Title IX Ombuisman, as well as advisors. Partnered with University Athletes League (LAI).
The project created an educational campaign to create awareness about dating violence and sexual assault prevention in collaboration with organizations that work with youth, athletes, sport community and university students.
Educate & Train
Hosted 9 workshops (goal of 10) and 7 cinema forums (goal of 5) to university athletes and students to prevent dating and sexual violence by changing sports cultural norms. Some 200 athletes were trained and 519 people (goal of 125) were reached via cinema forums.
Trained 3 staff per universuty at each cinema forum and workshop for a total of 20 personnel plus 24 adittional participants (goal 30).
The impact of Hurricanes Irma and Maria on Puerto Rico required significant adjustments. Many students left the island and the vast majority had several months without electricity or transportation. These situations affected the academic performance and the emotional state of many athletes, professors and students. Also universities were force to modify their academic calendars, which included more hours of study in a shorter semester. To adjust, the project sought to create other techniques for workshops and activities coordination.
Focus groups as well as piloting the curriculum led to changing the structure as well as content to incorporate more sport-related language and examples.
The educational campaign included a manual, educational material, and animated video along with promotional flyers and materials.