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Taskforce to examine violence against women, harassment and hate crime affecting university students: progress report no. 3

The taskforce met for the third time on Friday 10 June. The meeting focused primarily on reviewing a series of potential recommendations, developed in light of the evidence collated so far, including feedback from a seminar held at Universities UK (UUK) on 19 April, input from the sector and wider stakeholders and a comprehensive literature review.

Tackling gaps in BME students' achievements at university

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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.
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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

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