Camille Schloeffel is a passionate activist for the prevention of sexual violence and promotion of sexual wellbeing. She is the Founder of The STOP Campaign, a volunteer grassroots intersectional feminist organisation addressing sexual violence in tertiary learning communities through empowerment, education, activism and awareness. Camille led The STOP Campaign as the Director and Safeguarding Manager from 2018 to the end of 2023.
Since graduating with a Bachelor of Development Studies and a Bachelor of Arts (Human Rights) in 2019, Camille worked in the Australian Government across sexual violence, online harms and child abuse policy areas. She is currently working in the community sector in sexual violence prevention for people with disability. In December 2023, Camille completed her Master of Social Work at the Australian Catholic University (ACU).
In 2020, Camille was awarded the Peter Mitchell Churchill Fellowship to explore ways activists and universities can work together to prevent sexual violence on campus, and travelled to the United States of America, Canada and the United Kingdom in late-2022 to undertake this research. As a survivor herself, she is passionate about ending sexual violence in all its forms, supporting others to share their truths, building communities of care and leading collective action.
Learn more about Camille and her research on her website: https://www.camilleschloeffel.com
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