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Breaking the Silence - Clinical School Information Session

Cambridge University’s Breaking the Silence Campaign aims to tackle issues of sexual misconduct - this session will outline the campaign's approach as well as providing training.
When Jan 11, 2018
from 12:00 PM to 01:30 PM
Where William Harvey Lecture Theatre, Clinical School
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As part of this campaign the Clinical School will be holding an information session hosted by the School’s Senior Leadership Team.

The session will outline the ‘Where do you draw the line?’ sexual harassment prevention approach developed collaboratively by UCL and the Universities of Cambridge, Manchester and Oxford.

The session explores the proposition that harassment in contemporary academia is more commonplace and widespread than we would like to admit, but that it is often nuanced, coded and/or covert.

The training offers individuals the opportunity to undertake a collective analysis of the individual and contextual factors that might create and perpetuate a work environment in which harassment and bullying occur and empower participants to work collaboratively to address this.

All Clinical School staff are politely requested to attend.

Please register here.

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