News + Comment

Our ProtectED patron, Baroness Henig, was unfortunately unable to attend the ProtectED Evening Reception at the House of Lords at the end of October. Fortunately for us, Lord Kennedy of Southwark kindly stepped in to host the event. We would like to thank Lord Roy Kennedy for supporti...

In June I was privileged to represent IPSA at the ProtectED advisory board meeting on behalf of Jane Farrell, IPSA Chair. ProtectED is a Code of Practice and Accreditation Scheme developed and designed by a multidisciplinary team of academics, university security services staff and ex...

1 Oct 2019

Read our latest newsletter, ProtectED Review - Issue 11, here.

Excitement, liberation, relief, fear, anxiety, uncertainty, concern. These are just a few of emotions you may be experiencing after graduating university, often at the same time. For over 15 years, you’ve lived through the education system and become accustomed to the structure, consi...

Josephine NwaAmaka Bardi, mental health nurse and final year Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) mental health and wellbeing student who started the UK’s first student-led campaign to Raise Awareness of Mental Health in Higher Education has published The RAMHHE Research Activi...