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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 the latest UCAS Undergraduate application figures

11 July 2019
Universities UK responds to the news that a record amount of young people in England are applying to study at university

Universities acting to close BAME student attainment gap

2 May 2019
UK universities must show their commitment to university-wide change as they seek to eliminate the black, Asian and minority ethnic student attainment gap in UK higher education, concludes a new report by Universities UK and the National Union of Students

Blog

Women studying

University disciplinary processes under the microscope

8 February 2019
Ian Hynes, CEO of Intersol Global, discusses steps universities can take to improve their disciplinary processes.

Improving access, success and progression in English higher education

18 December 2018
UUK's Dan Wake explains the potential impact of the OfS' consultation on access and participation regulation for universities and students.