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Assessing Safeguarding Risks to Students and Taking Action to Prevent Them

4 in 5 students have experienced mental health difficulties in the last year, this is an increase from 3 in 5 in 2021. In this video, Heidi Cooper-Hind discusses the importance of assessing safeguarding risks for everyone involved in mental health cases to build service improvements and provide better support to students experiencing mental health difficulties.

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Changing the Culture to Combat Harassment in Higher Education

In 2021, full time students were more likely to experience sexual harassment than any other occupation type. Sarah Bevan is Policy Advisor for Universities UK, she discusses the impacts of sexual and racial harassment at university, on both the student and their studies, highlighting the need for a culture change to improve support for those who have experienced harassment.

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Working in Partnership to Address Sexual Harassment within Higher Education

Between March 2018 and 2020, students in England and Wales were over three times more likely than average to have experienced sexual assault. Donny McCormick, Deputy Director of Student Support Services at the University of Roehampton discusses the importance of partnership working in creating an embedded sexual violence policy to support students.

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Enhancing the Experiences of Black, Asian, Mixed Heritage and Minoritised Ethnic Students in Higher Education

1 in 20 students leave their courses in higher education as a result of racial harassment. In this post, Mary Makinde, Senior Lecturer in Forensic Investigation and Strategic Lead on Closing Our Gap at Canterbury Christ Church University shares how the Bridging the Gap to Leadership Programme has helped deliver sustainable improvements to the experience of non-white students at the university.

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Working Collaboratively with Students to Deliver Consent Workshops

Between March 2018- and March 2020, students in England were over three times more likely than average to have experienced sexual assault. In this video, Dr Penny Turnbull, Assistant Director of Student Services, Kara Stewart, GotConsent Coordinator and Leonor Capelier, StaAnd Together Intern discuss how consent workshops delivered at have been developed at the University of St Andrews. These workshops have been developed with students and were adapted to meet the demands of online learning in addition to individual student needs.

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