In November 2019, the University and Students’ Union ran a joint campaign around supporting student sex workers. The focus of this campaign was to provide information and an education for those who attended events and other sessions, and to vitally highlight support options available.  Following this, a working group at the University was created by Prof Teela Sanders (School of Criminology) and supported by the Standing Team, the Equality, Diversity and Inclusion department and the Students' Union.
For more information about this project please visit: Developing Good Practice within Higher Education: Student Sex Work, Safety and Inclusion

We hosted an online Student Sex Work Campaign: One Year On event on 7th December - recording here: 
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On Tuesday 15th December Culture Shift hosted a webinar to launch our Sex Worker Policy and Toolkit. Catch up on the webinar here:

Resources and Support

Internal Support
Student Support Services (University):
  • Standing Together team: can offer practical support and guidance in relation to unacceptable behaviours. Our work involves supporting students on a 1:1 basis, and providing holistic support options and referrals, where relevant. After an initial needs and risk assessment, we can provide students with options in relation to reporting and support – including those detailed above and below. We can also support students in accessing services and coordinating this. In order to access this support, please leave your contact email address when completing the online disclosure form. 
  • Student Wellbeing Service
  • Self-refer to the Wellbeing service (including counselling)
  • Disability Support
  • Student Welfare Service (particularly for financial concerns, support for underrepresented groups, and general advice and signposting)
For more information about University and Students’ Union support, please visit:


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