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Managing university misconduct cases that might constitute a criminal offence: conducting inquiries and investigations in higher education

6 Jun 2019, 09:30 - 16:00

 In partnership with

Esther Dudley

Head of Events and Engagement
Universities UK

Blog

Tackling racial harassment on campus: we must do better

12 March 2020
Universities must do everything they can to set clear cultural expectations, and take action to eradicate hate, writes Professor David Richardson.

Supporting LGBT students studying overseas

10 March 2020
Stonewall's Emma Kosmin on steps universities can take to provide support for LGBT students studying overseas.

News

Independent advisors announced to support Universities UK’s work dealing with racial harassment

11 March 2020
Dr Tony Sewell CBE, Jatin Haria, and Sandra Kerr CBE have been appointed as independent expert advisors to Universities UK (UUK) as the higher education sector seeks to redouble efforts to prevent and respond to racial harassment and hate crime.

Golden opportunity for government to reverse decline in adult learning

2 March 2020
Greater financial support would supercharge lifelong learning