Sexual

Sexual Health

Sexual Health is important both at home and abroad. This CDC website covers STDs, HIV/AIDS prevention, Sexual Violence Prevention, and LGBT sexual health.

The International Encyclopedia of Sexuality contains information of sexual practices and related issues by country and is a good place to begin your research by country.

Carleton’s Sexual Misconduct Prevention and Response website is the best source of information about what to do in cases of sexual misconduct. In addition, you may contact the OCS office or your Faculty/Program director.

International Centers for Survivors of Sexual Assault and Harassment contains a by-country list of places you can go and people you can contact if you're a victim of sexual assault or harassment abroad.

The Sexual Assault Support and Help for Americans Abroad (SASHAA) is a program of the Americans Overseas Domestic Violence Crisis Center (AODVC). AODVC created and launched the SASHAA program to specifically address the needs for prevention and response to American sexual assault survivors overseas.