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Consent on Campus - Challenging Gender Based Violence
The National Union of Students (NUS) in UK initiated a campaigned called ‘I Heart Consent’ in 2014 which aimed to raise awareness of consent and challenge myths around gender based violence. The campaign followed research ...
Equality in Legal Assessment: A Scoping Study
(Web Journal of Current Legal Issues, 2009-06-26)
This paper analyses the performance of students taking compulsory LL.B modules at the University of Northampton between 2002-3 and 2006-7. The grades for each student in each element of assessment on each compulsory module ...
The Public Sector Equality Duty: Formal Equality, Institutional Processes and Legal Compliance in Higher Education
The aim of this paper is to build on a previous paper which explored the politics and perspectives of various social actors regarding anti-discrimination legislation and equality within a higher education setting. This ...
Equality Processes in Higher Education: A Case Study
The aim of this paper is to discuss the impact of the politics and perceptions relating to equality on compliance with legislative requirements as reflected through the equality processes within a case study institution. ...
I *Heart* Consent Week
Management Perceptions of Sexual Violence on Campus: Implications for the Implementation of Institutional Policy and Legal Requirements
Sexual violence and harassment on university campuses are not a new concern, but a widespread issue. Universities are significant sites for action for tackling sexual violence, not only because they have a duty to provide ...
Addressing differential degree awarding through critical-race methodologies
In UK Universities, white students are 13.6% more likely to be awarded a good honours degree than students of colour . Historically, a deficit perspective has been used across the sector to counter this reality, rooted in ...