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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

Tackling gaps in BME students' achievements at university

6 June 2018
Announcing an initiative between UUK and the NUS to help universities tackle the BME attainment gap.

University entrants remain highly qualified

4 June 2018
An analysis published by Universities UK shows that the growth in student numbers has not led to university entrants having lower qualifications.

Blog

Auschwitz

Tackling hate crime in higher education: lessons from Auschwitz

11 December 2018
Professor Julia Buckingham, Vice-Chancellor of Brunel University London, on how her participation in the first ever 'Lessons from Auschwitz' programme has intensified her commitment to tackle hate crime in all its forms.

Exploring solutions to ethnicity attainment gaps – one university's experience

5 December 2018
Professor Sir Chris Husbands, Vice-Chancellor of Sheffield Hallam University, shares recent experience of his institution's efforts to tackle the BAME attainment gap.