The Speak Up campaign is continuing conversations about sexual violence and harassment in a series of workshops for students. Reserve your place and see how you can #speakup.
Events and workshops
- Panel discussion: Speak Up Against Violence and Abuse
A new campaign has been launched to help UWE Bristol students speak up and report unacceptable behaviour such as harassment, discrimination and violence. Speak Up has been introduced this term to raise awareness and prevent these types of incidents on campus.
In recognition of the UN International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women (25/11/18), UWE Bristol is hosting a panel discussion to continue conversations around violence and abuse.
How to take part
- Please click on the relevant booking link above to reserve your place.
- Sessions are limited. Booking is essential and on a first-come, first-served basis.
Bystander programme – get trained up
We’re running training where you can learn about the prevention of sexual violence and harassment in university settings. If you do this training, you'll have the key tools to be an active bystander in different situations and will learn how to intervene in a safe way. Sometimes that means getting someone else involved – calling someone or reporting the incident to the University. Be part of the changing culture, be an active bystander.
The Bystander Programme at UWE Bristol is being piloted in 2018/19 with:
- all first-year undergraduates in the Department of Education and Childhood in the Faculty of Arts, Creative Industries and Education (ACE)
- students studying Criminology and Sociology in the Faculty of Health and Applied Sciences (HAS).
Find out more about Speak Up
You can also get in touch with any questions or comments about the training or Speak Up campaign via email@example.com. Please note that you can't report an incident this way.
Tell us about an incident
Help is available if you've experienced or observed something that doesn't feel right.