Stirling University Netball Club in collaboration with WomensAid will be holding a spiking awareness presentation on Wednesday 23 February at the University of Stirling
The presentation will take place in the Logie Lecture Theatre at 7p.m. where they will discuss safety on nights out and cover topics such as spiking and the symptoms, how to prevent spiking and what to do if you or someone else has been spiked.
There is a recommended contribution of £2 for each attendee as all ticket proceeds go to WomensAid and spiking resources.
On the night there will be certain spiking resources that attendees will be able to take away for free.
These will include drink cup covers, a list of taxi ranks that provide an IOU that allow you to travel home safely for free, drink test kits, personal safety alarms and a summary information page.
After the presentation, to show their solitude against this act of violence, they are inviting those who attended to go out afterwards if they wish to.
You can purchase tickets here: https://www.stirlingstudentsunion.com/ents/event/2690/?fbclid=IwAR3FBiGqX8Yib1H6beGsR270sD8PnDWabhI_cjwLN8xFbs4evTixSQiSEfw
Feature image credit: University of Stirling