Advocates claim no consultation on university assault guidelines

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Universities Australia (UA) has introduced new guidelines to combat sexual assault on Australian campuses, after a report found  only 4 per cent of students believed their university was doing enough to provide support for victims.

But the release has created a dispute between UA and student advocate groups End Rape on Campus and National Union of Students who both say they weren’t consulted at all.

 

 

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Friday, July 20 2018
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Featured in storyCatriona Jackson - Chief Executive, Universities AustraliaNina Funnell - Director, End Rape on CampusKate Crossin - Women's Officer, National Union of Students
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