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#WeGetConsent - new SU campaign

Today, students across the world are a leading voice on issues of equality, diversity and liberation, and have the power to bring about real positive social change. Sexual violence and harassment are widespread problems that exist across society, and university campuses are no exception to that, including Warwick. Every single one of us has a responsibility to acknowledge this issue and take action to tackle it. Together, as a community, we must strive to make our campus and local area as safe and inclusive as possible.

Take a look at how we’re urging people to play an active role in tackling sexual violence by checking out our new campaign webpage HERE.

 

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SU statement on University Fees and Funding Review

Our Higher Education system should be a public, social good. However, as a result of ongoing marketisation, it is becoming increasingly corrupted and unstable. Though we welcome this Review in theory, we approach its potential outcomes and findings with caution - click through to read full statement.

 
Mental Health Awareness Week - Week 7

From workshops and daily Creative Corners to Yoga and wellbeing support sessions, there are loads of different ways to help improve your mental health this week on campus.

 
Warwick Awards for Teaching Excellence

Nominations are now open for this year's WATE Awards, which recognise the teaching staff and postgraduate researchers who've made a difference to your studies! Deadline: 28th February.

 
 

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