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Changing the culture: directory of case studies

Since the publication in October 2016 of Changing the culture: report of the Universities UK Taskforce examining violence against women, harassment and hate crime affecting university students, universities and students’ unions have been continuing to evolve thinking and best practice. ​

This directory of case studies details responses from universities, including a wide range of innovative projects, from improving incident reporting procedures, to improving student and staff training in this area. It is a deve​loping resource bank that will continue to grow as universities share initiatives and experiences within the UK and internationally.​

News

UUK response to latest UCAS data on university applications

9 July 2020
UUK responds to the latest UCAS which details a rise in the number of students applying to go to university, including those from disadvantaged backgrounds.

UUK response to latest UCAS data on applicant offers and student deferrals

25 June 2020
UUK has responded to the latest UCAS (18 June) data which details the number of applicants with a firm offer to start university this autumn and the latest on student deferrals.

Blog

The Royal Liver Building on the Mersey River

Culture in the age of Covid-19: why universities must take centre stage

10 July 2020
Professor Dinah Birch sets out how the University of Liverpool has ensured cultural experiences in the city remain on offer to communities during lockdown.

Pride parade in a city with rainbow flags

How universities can support LGBTQ+ students beyond Pride month

24 June 2020
UUK's Myles Hanlon draws on his lived experience as a recent LGBTQ+ graduate to reflect on what more universities can do to ensure LGBTQ+ students are supported.