Tech to combat sexual assault. Online reporting system by survivors, for survivors
Survivors need a safe place where they can preserve the details of what happened. .
Callisto allows people to save the details, report, or only report if another person names the same perpetrator. #callistocampus
Survivors deserve the option to report at a place and time that works for them. Callisto Campus allows students to report electronically to their school. #callistocampus
There is no right or wrong way to move forward after sexual assault. Callisto offers options. Matching provides the option to only alert schools if someone else identifies the same perpetrator. #CallistoCampus
"Sexual assault becomes especially important on college campus, not only because the rate of sexual violence on college campuses is incredibly high, but also as the university setting is a place of learning and self formation."
St John's University student Mikayla Torres is among the many student leaders out there that we are proud to hear from, learn from, and support. #CallistoCampus
"I believe that survivors know what's best for them. Being able to choose from multiple options can be critical to their feelings of control and agency after a traumatic experience. Callisto gives folks options, time, and space--all things that can feel empowering to survivors." - Carley Flannery, Stanford University's Director of Sexual Assault and Relationship Abuse Education and Response
We are proud to have amazing advocates at our partner universities, who have been critical to our growth and impact. #CallistoCampus
With our amazing Title IX Coordinator Peggy Fitch from @centralcollege -- the third university to adopt Callisto. So appreciative for our early leaders, as we grow to 13 this fall!
Callisto envisions a world where sexual assault is rare and survivors receive the support they need. Here are the people who take Callisto's vision and work every day to make it a reality.
We know that documenting or reporting sexual assault can be incredibly challenging. We want to be here for survivors -- whenever, wherever and however they decide to move forward.
"Never doubt the power that a determined student body has over a University." Shanta Katipamula used her position as chair of Stanford University's undergraduate senate to pass resolutions that spurred Stanford to adopt Callisto Campus. Thank you Shanta for your leadership, vision and impact on survivors ❤️
"The previous college I attended had recently incorporated Callisto into the campus community. Although the program was just being introduced, it was already making a small difference. Although it may not have been changing every single person's life, it did change at least one... I want Callisto on my campus because I want everyone to have knowledge and resources at the click of a button. This program can not change just one life, but change many lives, and that is invaluable." #CallistoCampus
We are continually inspired by all of the allies we meet in the movement to end campus sexual assault. We were fortunate to be visited by Congresswoman @jackiespeier, who has been a champion of survivors of sexual assault through her work as Representative for California's 14th district.