Universities UK is committed to tackling all forms of harassment at universities. This annual, highly-regarded national conference will explore recent developments and progress over the past year. It is the perfect chance to hear from sector-leading experts, as well as those with lived experience of violence, harassment and hate incidents. Topics we will be covering include:
- Sexual harassment
- Racial harassment
- Staff-to-student misconduct
- Domestic abuse
- Data sharing
- Faith-based harassment
This conference will be held online over the course of two days. Alongside eight hours of informative, timely content from the most pertinent speakers on the topic, we will also be providing a wide range of opportunities to network, discuss, and make connections with colleagues within the sector.
You will also be able to access the recordings of all sessions after the event, including breakout sessions that you were unable to attend.
Why should you attend?
Universities are uniquely positioned to drive cultural change to help combat the pernicious problem of harassment and violence in our society. This conference will focus on providing practical guidance to support you in developing your strategies, policies and processes on these topics.
Who should attend?
This conference is open to all with an interest in the topic, but will be particularly useful for all university staff who have responsibility for or play a part in the management of student and staff services and wellbeing.
Relevant job titles include:
- Director/Head of Student Services
- Director/Head of Human Resources
- Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Officer/Manager
- Head of Student Conduct and Appeals
- Director/Head of Student Support & Wellbeing
- Community Liaison Managers/ Community Engagement
- Director/Head of Student Counselling
- Director/Head of Student Wellbeing
- Safeguarding Leads
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