Resources & Reporting

Reporting an incident

If you experience or witness an incident of violence or racism, please submit a report. Please note that the form is not monitored 24/7.

Bystander training

Understanding and talking about racism in all its forms

Mental health resources

  • CAPS - As a reminder, CAPS is open during regular business hours, providing all services through telehealth. 24/7 crisis support is available by calling (310) 825-0768
  • My SSP is a new services CAPS has re-launched to support the emotional health and well-being of our international students.
  • RISE Anti-Racist Resources

International & multilingual resources on anti-racism

Dashew AAPI Support Statement

March 25th, 2021

The Dashew Center stands in solidarity with the Asian, Asian American, and Pacific Islander community, and we encourage all international students and scholars to do the same. We write to grieve with you over the recent attacks in Atlanta killing eight people, six of whom are women of Asian descent. We also want to name the fact that since the beginning of the pandemic, Stop AAPI Hate recorded 3,795 incidents of violence or hate directed at members of the Asian, Asian American, and Pacific Islander community in the United States.

We have compiled campus and community resources to support those who've experienced racial trauma as a result of their Asian identity, parents who want to discuss racism with their children, as well as those who wish to be better allies by reporting incidents of hate and intervening as an informed bystander. We hope you find these resources useful, and we invite members of our international community to communicate with us about ways we can be a better source of support during this time and always.

Dashew Statement on Black Lives Matter

June 12th, 2020

As the UCLA Dashew Center for International Students and Scholars, we are reminded by recent acts of violence against African Americans that Black Lives Matter is a movement for global human rights, not just a movement for civil rights within the U.S. In support of this movement, our office will take action to examine our role within the systems that perpetuate racial inequalities. If you feel there are ways we can be a better source of support, we invite you to engage with us. As a starting point, we encourage you to check for updates on the UCLA Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Resources for Racial Trauma web page, where you can find resources for support and information on actions you can take as a UCLA community member.

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