Rooms on Regent’s Park
27 Sussex Place
London NW1 4RG
Join us at this one-day national conference as we explore the current issues surrounding violence, harassment and hate crime at universities.
The event will consist of plenary lectures and practical and discussion led breakout sessions, including case studies from England, Scotland and Wales, as well as hearing from Student Unions and survivors. Experts will highlight the intricacies of dealing with these issues and you will have an opportunity to explore with colleagues how best to tackle these in your own institution.
This event will explore the progress universities have made since Changing the culture: One year on report, with reflections from senior leaders including Directors of Student Services on lessons learnt so far and priorities for the future.
Throughout the day we will examine a range of topics, including but not limited to:
As Dame Janet Beer says in the foreword to the Changing the culture: One year on report, our universities have a significant role to play in driving cultural change to help combat the pernicious problem of harassment and violence in our society today. This event will equip you with the knowledge and practical tools required to continue to make positive changes within your institution.
This conference will be useful for all university staff who have responsibility for or play a part in the management of student and staff services and wellbeing.
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