As a Peer Educator and college student, I have witnessed the positive impact of the Red Flag Campaign firsthand.
— Peer Educator, college student



Featured as one of 24 case studies of “great nonprofit branding campaigns” in Designing for the Greater Good (Crescent Hill Books, January 2010).

Posters translated into German and featured in an article about bystander intervention in the magazine, "Welt der Wunder."

Nominated as a Finalist for the Global Avon Communication Awards (Avon Foundation for Women, 2012) in the category of "Breaking the Silence". This award recognizes best practices in communications from around the world that focus on preventing violence against women.

Featured as an example of “Innovative Coalitions to Address Sexual Assault and Dating Violence” in U.S. Department of Education’s publication, Catalyst.

Highlighted as a case example for promoting community education in the National Sexual Violence Resource Center’s Sexual Assault Awareness Month campaign materials (2010).

Approved by the Office on Violence Against Women, U.S. Department of Justice.

Recognized as a case example for promising practices in evaluating public awareness campaigns in, ”Incorporating Evaluation into Media Campaign Design” VAWnet (Violence Against Women Net), (Potter & Perry, April 2008). 

The Red Flag campaign has been a terrific resource for us. The students like the images on the posters, and there is enough variety to keep them fresh.
— University Women's Center