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    Changing the Culture

    Tackling sexual violence, bullying and harassment, hate crime and hate incidents by shifting attitudes, values and behaviours, and creating more inclusive and tolerant communities.

    The Changing the Culture Initiative is a university-wide programme which has been set up to tackle violence, harassment and hate.

    That includes:

    • Hate incidents and hate crime – e.g. racism, xenophobia, misogyny, faith-based hate, bigotry, discrimination, LGBT hate
    • Gender-based violence – e.g. sexual violence, domestic abuse, sexism
    • Harassment – e.g. racial harassment, sexual harassment, online harassment.
    Sexual violence poster featuring female student holding a white card that says no means no. #report it to stop itBullying poster #report it to stop it

    Changing the Culture Initiatives

    Here are just a few of the projects delivered by the Changing the Culture Initiative (CCI).

    Pathways

    Breaking down barriers to reporting to the University through awareness-raising activity and transparent information and online reporting tools, including anonymous reporting.

    Access Pathways

    Safeguarding toolkit

    Multi-faceted institution- specific training resources and the review of case management processes to help deliver an effective response to disclosures at all levels.

    Find out more about the toolkit

    No Home for Hate

    #NoHomeForHate challenges attitudes, values and behaviours by educating students to be agents of change. This is done by engaging students as part of the curriculum and through university-wide campaigns.

    Find out more about No Home for Hate

    Building Bridges

    #BuildingBridges works with local partners and the HE sector to drive forward culture change by sharing good practice and collaborating on community-based projects.

    Find out more about Building Bridges

    Campaign books

    Using students’ work to deliver campaign messaging, such as #NoHomeForHate and to raise awareness of key calendar events, such as #StandTogether (Holocaust Memorial Day 2020).

    Check out the below campaign books to gain a better understanding of the issues and key themes we’re trying to tackle:

    Student-made films

    Students in the Faculty of Arts and Creative Industries, since 2017, have been responding to briefs.

    This has resulted in around 50 short films addressing various themes related to violence, harassment and hate.

    Here are just a few:

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