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Best practice for responding to students who have experienced sexual violence: awareness session for staff

2 November 2016

UCL Student Support and Wellbeing is working with

org.uk/">Rape Crisis to deliver an awareness session that is open to all staff at UCL involved in supporting students.

The session 'Best practice in supporting students affected by sexual violence' will take place on Wednesday 9 November, from 12:30 to 2pm at the UCL Institute of Education (room TBC).

The session will examine the myths and facts that surround sexual violence, as this may affect women and girls, discuss best practice in responding to disclosures and explore specialist referral pathways.

To book your place at the session, please sign up.

The session is open to both professional services and academic staff.

UCL Student Support and Wellbeing is also working with Rape Crisis to provide further support to students who have been affected by sexual violence. Further details can be found in a recent article for students in the Student Support and Wellbeing blog

Full details about support for students affected by sexual violence can be found on our support pages.

Sinéad Dennehy, Student Support and Wellbeing Caseworker
UCL Student Support and Wellbeing