Terms of Reference
Accountability: The chairperson of SART reports directly to UCT executive management.
Membership: Membership is voluntary to UCT staff, gender-based violence community-based organisations, and is also open to students who are in leadership positions as well as survivors. Membership is reviewed annually.
Review of SART: Bi-annual internal and external review for relevance and value to the university community.
- Shared learning approach through review of cases, analysis of survivor satisfaction surveys and design of need specific educational projects and material.
- Bi-monthly meetings, informed by member generated agenda items.
- Communication on SART matters with members of the university community and university management will be through the chairperson of SART.
- Collaborative support in planning and implementing sexual violence related events.
- Sharing of human resources and services with community-based organisations eg Rape Crisis for counsellors/victim advocates.
- Sharing of resources and minutes of the meeting will be electronic and through Vula – facilitated by SART coordinating support person.