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Universities pledge to end use of non-disclosure agreements

The Minister for Further and Higher Education Michelle Donelan has called on universities across the UK to scrap the practice of using NDAs in sexual abuse cases today.

Six universities so far have signed the pledge, University College London, has been one the first to sign, which as one of our Founder Member Universities, we are very happy to see.

As part of the ProtectED Code of Practice we require all universities signed up to ProtectED, to have robust measures in place to support Sexual misconduct victims on campus when the worst does happen. We also encourage all universities to follow the Guidance laid out by 1752 and McAllister Olivarius, who have campaigned on this issue for years. NDA's should not be part of this process, we applaud the Michelle Donelan MP, for taking a stand. You can read the full details here.



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