Universities roll out courses to educate students on sexual consent

They are part of tougher measures by the three main universities to prevent sexual misconduct

Students at NUS have started taking a compulsory module on Respect and Consent Culture either online or at a 90-minute workshop. PHOTO: THE NEW PAPER
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Students at Singapore's three main universities have been or will soon be taking courses meant to educate them on sexual consent and respect on campus.

The move follows a series of cases of voyeurism on campus this year.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on August 25, 2019, with the headline Universities roll out courses to educate students on sexual consent. Subscribe