The University of Oregon Organization Against Sexual Assault (UO OASA) is a student organization that advocates for survivors of sexual violence through increased education, prevention efforts, and survivor empowerment.
Founded in 2012 as the Sexual Violence Prevention Taskforce (SVPTF), OASA works to identify and evaluate the current prevention, education, and support services at the UO, as well as work on projects that promote consent, healthy relationships, and more.
VISION, MISSION, AND GUIDING PRINCIPLES
VISION We will create a campus culture where every student is safe and free of sexual violence. MISSION The OASA’s mission is to ensure that every student has the education, resources, and choice to make every experience a wanted experience and every relationship a healthy relationship. We empower, uplift, and support survivors and those affected by sexual violence. We will continue to fulfill our vision of ending sexual assault.
GUIDING PRINCIPLES OASA supports: Survivors of all identities Student-led prevention efforts Peer-to-peer education Survivor-centered policies and support Inclusion of underrepresented identities within the Sexual Violence Prevention and Education community
OASA collaborates with: Other survivor-centered groups and individuals on and off campus
OASA uses: Evidence-based prevention work Student-driven campaigns Prevention efforts addressing the needs of all communities