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What We Do At HandsOff Initiative

The primary focus at HandsOff is to educate children and teenagers on consent as the aim is to ensure the future generation are well equipped to deal with these issues. However, we have had to develop campaigns, programs and events that educate adults as well on consent as there has been a rising demand for this.

Advocacy

We speak against rape, sexual assault and gender based violence through advocacy and campaigns.

Consent Sessions

We organize physical and virtual classes, workshops & seminars on consent in schools, offices, communities and religious houses.

Support Survivors

We extend our arms of support to both survivors of sexual violence and their loved ones.

About HandsOff Initiative

Hands Off Initiative is a not-for-profit organization established in March 2018 and began operations officially in August 2018 to break the cycle of abuse and address the systemic problem of rape, sexual abuse, harassment and assault in our societies.

We do this by going to schools, universities and communities to teach children, teenagers and young adults about consent.

Our Impact in Numbers

At Handsoff Initiative, we are passionate about disseminating the message of consent through our workshops. We are proud of our results thus far!

5

Countries Reached

Nigeria, Canada, South Africa, France, United States of America.

13

Schools Reached

We believe we will reach more schools.

4000

Boys and Girls Taught

The results of our consent workshops and counting.

Our Activities

Building a society where No means No and normalized harmful practices are dismantled one consent class at a time.

Support Our Work

Please support us in building the society we dream of for the future and present generation by donating towards our cause and vision.

Fresh From Our Blog

Our Visit to Eleyele Secondary School, Ibadan

On the 7th of November 2019, the amazing HandsOff Ibadan team paid a visit to Eleyele Secondary School. Though they…

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HandsOff Visits Urban Day Secondary School, Ibadan

On the 16th of October, our team in Ibadan visited Urban Day Secondary School at Jericho, Ibadan. In under an…

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IS THE RAPE CULTURE REAL? CONVERSATION WITH WURA ABULATAN

Last week, Hands Off spoke with Wuraola Abulatan (@goldenwura) on the topic “Is The Rape Culture Real?”. Wura herself is…

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