SORRY TO SEE YOU GO...

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LSE's Consent Collective TV subscription came to an end in August 2022.

We're sorry to see you go. 

Whilst our TV resource has been unplugged at your university you can still use our other resources to help you with your staff training and student wellbeing needs.

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RESOURCES FOR STAFF

Support the professional development of your team with our online courses and peer network group.

Essential psychology when investigating sexual harassment on campus

Online course
6 hours CPD

Help your teams improve their interviewing skills and feel more confident about the outcomes of your investigations

Placing this work in a wider context - though leadership seminar

Online course
3 hours CPD

Support your professional development by understanding the context in which sexual harassment takes place

The Consent Collective peer network of professionals in Higher Education

HE Peer Network

Connect with colleagues across the HE sector who are working to prevent sexual harassment on campus by joining our peer network mailing list. 

WELLBEING RESOURCES

Improve your wellbeing provision by making our resources part of your referral pathway when students come forward for wellbeing support or report sexual harassment on campus.

An online course to help you heal from trauma

Online course
8 hours

Essential, gentle learning for individuals living with trauma and the therapists and support workers who are accompanying them on their healing journey

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Self-help book
Illustrated

The illustrated book about life after abuse that has helped thousands of people on their journey. Order it in bulk at wholesale prices to give to your students.

 
 

GET SUPPORT

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On Campus

Bullying and harassment can be reported using LSE's dedicated online form. The university states that any reports will be treated confidentially, and followed up promptly and fairly.

Click here for a list of sources of support and information on campus at LSE.

A sexual violence support worker from Rape Crisis South London, comes to LSE once a month and is there if you would like a safe space to talk about any sexual violence you have experienced, or to find out about longer term support.
Click here to find out more

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Previous videos from when The London School of Economics and Political Science was part of TV

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