SCORA&SCORP CIMSA UKDW
Rape culture or rape culture defines a society or environment whose social attitudes normalize or underestimate violence and sexual harassment. Launching from The 11th Principle: Consent !, the rape culture is divided into three gradients of sexual harassment behavior that occur in everyday life—starting from normalization that leads to degradation to leading to assault or sexual violence. Based on the 2020 Komnas Perempuan Annual Notes (CATAHU), violence against women is increasing every year. In 2019, most cases occurred in the private sphere with sexual violence as much as 25%. Then followed by cases in the community / public domain, which recorded 3,602 cases, with 58% of which were sexual violence. This data shows the community's growing expectations towards legal institutions to be able to resolve cases experienced in the environment.
This year, the implementation of international women's day, namely Rape Culture by SCORA and SCORP CIMSA UKDW, with the theme "Unfolding the Reality of Rape Culture." Held in the form of a webinar with resource persons from the Holloaback! Jakarta, Angsa Merah, and Rifka Anissa through the zoom platform as one of the 2021 international women's events. This webinar is packaged in the form of education. This activity is expected to provide information to the broader community about this culture. It is also expected to break the stigma of society towards Rape in this culture. Moreover, to attract more participants to join the session, door prizes are given to lucky participants.
The webinar "Unfolding the reality of rape culture" was held on Saturday, March 13, 2021, through a zoom platform with 140 registered participants participating. Even though the participants were very enthusiastic about participating in the event during the pandemic, they were very active in the question and answered the speakers' session. The positive impact obtained from holding this activity was an increase in the average post-test score. Participants had a better understanding of how to break or take precautions from rape culture.