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Consent Matters: How can online training help tackle sexual violence on campus?

In the wake of the NUS Hidden Marks report, which highlighted the immensity of the sexual harassment problem in UK universities, Business Secretary Sajid Javid called on Universities UK to set up a task-force in 2015, aimed at combatting violence against women on university campuses. We at Epigeum looked at the available resources on the subject, and realised there was a real need for good quality learning materials for students, especially in the area of bystander intervention. We felt we could help with this need, drawing upon our experience in creating learning tools for higher education. We knew that existing workshops were difficult to scale, and that students were restricted in time. A

Book now for British Council workshops on supporting international students

The British Council are hosting a series of workshops on supporting international students. Invited speakers will share their good practice with you, addressing issues such as ensuring student immigration compliance, and safety, security and wellbeing across the student experience. British Council International Education Services will offer the ‘Up close and personal’ workshops in Manchester, Edinburgh and London throughout October and November 2018. Sessions will draw upon the belief that institutions have a wider role to play in supporting their international students – not only while students are on university premises, but throughout the entire study experience. Using the ProtectED Code

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