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#emilytest drive secures anti-violence legacy in FE

Campaign results in new toolkit to help safeguard against gender-based attacks

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Colleges already go some way to ensuring they provide a safe environment for students and staff, but now they are set to get more help following a campaign for greater safeguarding against gender-based violence.

A new toolkit is in the pipeline, based on a similar one launched by the Scottish government for the university sector last week, that will include a range of recommendations on guidance and training for staff; improving data collection; and providing better support information for students.

The Equally Safe toolkit, which was produced by the University of Strathclyde and funded by ...

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