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Prevention, Awareness, Understanding
Violence Program

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The PAU Violence Program recognizes that sexual violence and abuse continues to exist even as we practice social distancing. Advocacy services for University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa students who have experienced or are experiencing interpersonal violence are still available during this time. Students may contact the PAU Violence advocate, Leslie Cabingabang, either at 956-7344 or via email at Student can expect a response within 24 business hours.

For PAU Violence Program updates, please visit this website or our Instagram page @pauviolence.

Thank you and be safe.

pau: done, finish, end;
P: Prevention A: Awareness U: Understanding Violence, University of Hawaiʻi

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PAU’s Mission

The Prevention, Awareness and Understanding (PAU - the Hawaiian word for end or finish) Violence Program exists to inspire, educate, and empower students and campus communities to build safe living-learning environments, end interpersonal violence, and encourage holistic well-being in ways that are supportive, collaborative, student-centered, and strengths-based.

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