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Welcome to the #CombatMisconduct Hub

The student hub is split into three themes - prevention, support, and investigation. In these themes, you will find resources to support you to understand sexual misconduct, campaign for change, access support, and much more.

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Introductory guides that highlight the best resources to get started
  • Understanding sexual misconduct
  • How universities can tackle sexual misconduct
  • Campaigning for change
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  • I need support
  • Supporting someone else
  • Understanding secondary trauma
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  • Reporting sexual misconduct
  • The investigation process
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Disabled People and Domestic Abuse

Report from SafeLives.

Domestic AbuseIntersectionalitySexual misconduct
The intersection of sexual violence, alcohol and drugs at universities and colleges

A briefing note from Healthy Universities, University of Central Lancashire, OfS and Universities UK.

Sexual misconduct
Changing the Culture in Scottish Higher Education: Two years on

Report from Universities Scotland exploring progress in tackling gender based violence, harassment and hate incidents.

LeadershipPoliciesSexual misconductUnderstanding duty of care
Unhealthy relationship signs

Identifying red flags in relationships guidance from CWA.

Healthy relationships
AVA’s Quick Guide to Self-Care and Sexual Misconduct

This guide supports university staff, officers, students and campaigners working to improve responses to sexual misconduct in university settings. This guide is designed to support you to stay safe and look after your wellbeing as you manage the impacts of working with trauma.

The Rise of Islamophobia in Higher Education

Research into the experiences of Muslim staff and students in higher education from London Metropolitan University, Sofia Akel.

Information about the use of NDAs in sexual misconduct cases

Guidance from Can't Buy My Silence.

PoliciesSexual misconduct
Young People and Domestic Abuse

Report from SafeLives.

Domestic AbuseHealthy relationshipsSexual misconduct
1 in 4 students in NI experience unwanted sexual behaviour

Survey results show more than 1 in 4 students in NI experienced unwanted sexual behaviour. This survey was the first of its kind to include all further education institutes across NI.

Sexual misconduct
Equally Safe in Colleges and Universities (ESCU)

Previously the ESHE toolkit, ESCU equips colleges and universities in Scotland to tackle and respond to gender-based violence. ESCU training is delivered by Rape Crisis and Women's Aid.

Sexual misconduct