It is unquestionable that the #MeToo movement has sparked a shift in gender-based culture over the past 12 months. This shift has not failed to impact UK Universities, who can no longer deny their serious problem of controlling sexual misconduct on campus.
Despite progress in many institutions, it is clear from the Women and Equalities Committee report that there is a lot of work to be done at a national and institutional level to keep women safe at university.
This Westminster Briefing conference, in partnership with GenPol, will bring together a range of stakeholders; from Government departments to grassroots student-campaigners, to share good practice in protecting students.
This is your chance to examine government and representative bodies' next steps in embedding cultural change on campus. Join us to network with colleagues who share a passion for this issue and hear from successful institutions with strong campaigns, policies and training that are improving 'prevention and response' to sexual misconduct at university.View our agenda to see the programme of the day