Enough is Enough Advocacy Day and Registration

Enough is Enough Advocacy Day and Registration


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The New York City Alliance Against Sexual Assault and the New York State Coalition Against Sexual Assault are excited to announce two upcoming advocacy days to support increased investment in Enough is Enough programs!


Virtual Advocacy Day: Tuesday, February 6

Join us for Zoom meetings with your legislator!

Register here

Albany Advocacy Day: Tuesday, March 5

Join us in Albany for a day of advocacy in our state capitol! Come dressed to impress, representing your alma mater or favorite college/university.

Register here


Additionally, we will be hosting a virtual Enough Is Not Enough Prep Session on Wednesday, January 31 at 11:00AM EST.

Enough is Not Enough Prep Session: Wednesday, January 31 at 11:00AM EST

During this session we will cover event logistics to ensure folx attending advocacy day; virtually, in-person, or both, have a general understanding of what to expect. Curious about best practices for meeting with legislators, general messaging for the day(s), answering difficult questions, social media plans? This quick logistics overview is for you.

Register here


You can read our recent report, Enough is Not Enough: Maintaining New York as a Leader in Sexual Violence Prevention, by clicking the link below.

Read the report


In July 2015, Enough is Enough (EIE) was established to address sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence, and stalking on college campuses. In addition to much needed advancements in New York State law, the legislation created an EIE funding initiative for rape crisis programs, which now supports 53 organizations across the state to work to prevent sexual violence and provide appropriate interventions when sexual violence does occur.

Though EIE programming has done much to connect survivors of gender-based violence to trauma-informed, community-based services and to promote much critical prevention programming, there remain a number of gaps in service delivery and access to students across the state. Over 60 higher education campuses in New York are not affiliated with an official EIE designated program, this accounts for over 92,000 students lacking access to critical services.

Below is our campaign one pager outlining the Enough is Not Enough Campaign and our asks.

Read the one pager