Planting Green Flags: Consent, Well-Being, and Community-Growth

Consent is a foundational component of all dimensions of health and well-being. This workshop introduces concepts, tools, and strategies for infusing consent into relationships and communities at ISU through interactive activities, small and large-group discussions, and individual reflection. Participants will leave this workshop with a deeper understanding of consent, boundaries, and strategies for connecting with other people in the green zone.  


Objective 1: Students, faculty, and staff will explore strategies for infusing consent into their relationships and communities at ISU during small- and large-group discussion by describing “green flag” behaviors that promote health and well-being.

Objective 2: Students, faculty, and staff will describe the differences between consensual and non-consensual interactions during a large-group activity by analyzing and responding to case scenarios.

Objective 3: Students, faculty, and staff will identify their own “green flag” and “red flag” behaviors during an introspective activity and small- and large-group discussions by completing a guided worksheet.  


Presented by:

Sam Shelton (they/them)
Student Wellness, Iowa State University
Carrie Giese (she/her)
Student Wellness, Iowa State University
Detective Natasha Greene (she/her)
Engagement and Inclusion Officer
University Police, Iowa State University

Room: Oak Room

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