Information Morning - NS | Sep 13, 2013 | 7:10

College students in the United States make films to speak up against sexual assault on campus

A project in the United States is taking a pro-active approach to combat sexual assault. It's called PACT 5. Ned Eckhardt and Katya Palsi join us to speak about the program.

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