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Never OK Campaign

TW Sexual Violence and Harrassment:

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Everyone has the right to live, study, and work in a healthy and welcoming environment where no one is subjected to harassment, bullying, or attack. We strive to make a safer campus and community.
- Fawziyyah Ahmed, VP Wellbeing and Diversity

The goal of this campaign is to increase awareness about all sorts of harassment and bullying, as well as to establish an environment where all forms of harassment and discrimination are considered completely unacceptable. We want students to have the understanding, ability and confidence to stand up to bullying and harassment in any form.

Safety on Nights Out

As a Students’ Union, we received an increase in reports about concern for safety on nights out in Plymouth.

We have listened to your feedback and concerns and, as a Sabbatical Officer team, we are launching a campaign to address student safety within the city as well as to educate students about measures they can take to look after themselves on nights out.

We will do this in collaboration with Plymouth College of Art and Marjon SU as well as working with the police to protect our community.

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Campaign updates

18th January 2022: Violence Against Women and Girls Commission

28th October 2021: Sabbatical Officer Team Meeting

28th October 2021: Meeting with the Devon and Cornwall Police and Best Bar None

22nd October 2021: Steps we’re taking as a venue to prioritise your safety

21st October 2021: Increased Reports of Spiking in Nightclubs across Plymouth

18th October 2021: Initial safety on nights out meeting

19th May 2021: Sexual Violence and Misconduct Survey

February 2020: Speak Up tool launched in collaboration with the University of Plymouth