One year on from the publication of landmark sexual misconduct guidance that empowered universities to investigate cases, Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Education at the University of Cambridge, Professor Graham Virgo, looks at what more needs to be done
Harassment and sexual misconduct on campus are everyone’s problem, but it's students who have the solution, says St John's College undergraduate Aoife Hogan
Tori McKee, a PhD scholar in Classical Studies, looks at ancient and modern ways of being a man
Psychologist Dr Philippe Gilchrist outlines three simple steps to overcoming 'bystander syndrome'
As we celebrate the 100th anniversary of women gaining the vote in the UK today, the fight for equality feels far from over, says historian Dr Amy Erickson
Opinion: Why Cambridge University received 173 anonymous reports of sexual misconduct in nine months05 Feb 2018
In October 2017, we launched an awareness campaign against sexual misconduct called Breaking the Silence. This prompted the second largest spike in reports in our University's history, writes Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Education, Professor Graham Virgo.
One year on from government guidance that finally gave universities the mandate to investigate sexual harassment claims, Professor Graham Virgo looks back on progress made, and what we need to do next
Today the University and Colleges of Cambridge and CUSU are launching a zero tolerance campaign around sexual misconduct