3. Innovation and comprehensive approaches to prevent incidences of sexual violence and misconduct before it occurs.
4. Complement reporting with timely and tailored support for victim-survivors.
Following this meeting, I shared the report with Leeds City Councillor Al Garthwaite who also welcomed the partnership work we are exemplifying at the University of Leeds and LUU. Al Garthwaite shared the report with Nic Peasgood from Women’s Aid Leeds who has now invited the University to sit on the Domestic Abuse Voice & Accountability (DAVA) Forum, which is a Forum that extends across the city in addressing Violence Against Women.
I continue to work closely with Chris Warrington and David Wardle on recruiting to new positions that will enable the vision of the proposal to become a reality. I am also working closely with Andrea Kerslake, Manager from Help and Support, to build a Report and Support Website for the University of Leeds to locate their reporting tools of harassment and hate crime in an accessible and friendly platform.