You can watch the webinar here.
The slides used by the speakers, are available here.
During the session, a number of resources were cited. You can find out more about each of them here:
- Adrija mentioned a report “Measures for Ensuring the Safety of Women and Programmes for Gender Sensitization on Campuses” you can access it here.
- Jane Meyrick shared the “Suffolk HE Online Safeguarding Self Review Tool” which is available here.
- Anna Bull wanted to draw your attention to the following:
- Bull, Anna, Page, Tiffany, and Jayne Bullough. 2019. “What Would a Survivor-Centred Higher Education Sector Look Like?” In A New Vision for Further and Higher Education, edited by Sol Gamsu, 73–82. London: Centre for Labour and Social Studies. Available here.
- Bull, A., Rye, R., 2018. Silencing students: institutional responses to staff sexual misconduct in higher education. The 1752 Group/University of Portsmouth. Available here.
- Page, Tiffany, Anna Bull, and Emma Chapman. 2019. “Making Power Visible: ‘Slow Activism’ to Address Staff Sexual Misconduct in Higher Education.” Violence Against Women 25 (11): 1309–30. Available here.
- The 1752 Group, and McAllister Olivarius. 2020. “Sector Guidance to Address Staff Sexual Misconduct in UK Higher Education: Recommendations for Reporting, Investigation and Decision-Making Procedures Relating to Student Complaints of Staff Sexual Misconduct.” Available here.
- Vanita Sundaram wanted to highlight her new book co-authored with Carolyn Jackson:
- Jackson, C. & Sundaram, V. (2020). Lad Culture in Higher Education: Sexism, Sexual Harassment and Violence. Critical Studies in Gender and Sexuality in Education. Routledge. Available here.