As part of our Citizen Student Strategy, we want University of Chester students to make a positive impact on society. The conversation around consent and healthy relationships is growing and we want to help our students understand why. The results of our campus climate survey highlighted that our students believe education is key in preventing sexual violence. 

One of the UK’s leading sexual violence and safeguarding organisations, Lime Culture, has developed and trained University of Chester staff to deliver a bespoke Consent & Healthy Relationships Workshop. The workshop will cover what we mean when discussing consent, what constitutes a healthy relationship, sexual violence, the impacts of trauma and support available. The next session will take place 

  • Wednesday 22 March 
  • 2pm-4pm 
  • Exton Park, Molloy CML112/3 

The workshop encourages our Key Representative Students to engage in conversations with fellow students on this topic and have the confidence to challenge negative behaviours or beliefs. Confirm a place here

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