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The Standing Together Team will work with you to deliver support in the most accessible way for you. We are currently providing remote and face to face appointments to students.
For out of hours support, you can register with Togetherall-they offer 24/7 online mental health support.
Within this mini podcast series we aim to promote thinking around inappropriate behaviours or comments. We want to encourage people to think about the impact of negative attitudes and beliefs, and micro-aggressions and how they can lead to more damaging acts of discrimination and hate. We’ve adapted this Where do you draw the line activity, which was originally created by the University of Manchester to explore the potential impact of these behaviours and to encourage thinking about bystander intervention.
The Standing Together team discuss scenarios around micro-aggressions, mental health discrimination and micro-invalidation.
Full Recording Introduction and Icebreaker Scenario 1Scenario 2Scenario 3
We’re joined by the Equality and Diversity team to discuss scenarios around mental health discrimination, micro-aggressions and racism.
Tune in with Odette (Standing Together) and the counselling team to hear our discussion around victim blaming, racism and micro-aggressions.
Full RecordingIcebreaker Introduction and Scenario 1 Scenario 2 Scenario 3
The Standing Together team are joined by Mia (SU President) and Karli ( SU Wellbeing Officer) for an exclusive Erase the Grey scenario discussion.