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Continuing the conversation

This is Universities UK's second briefing on responding to domestic violence and technology mediated abuse in the higher education sector during the Covid-19 pandemic. 

What does the briefing include? 

  • Key messages from Universities UK’s (UUK) webinars on domestic abuse and tech-mediated abuse. 

  • Case studies to illustrate the range of responses, strategies and approaches adopted by universities to respond to the increased risk of domestic violence and tech-mediated abuse during the pandemic.

  • Signposting to further helplines and information, including a suite of resources highlighting support helplines which institutions can use in their awareness raising activities.  

        

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