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UUK calls for action on racial harassment

Universities ‘perpetuate institutional racism’ and must ‘prioritise work to tackle harassment’

Universities UK has called on vice-chancellors to take swift action on racial harassment with a set of recommendations designed to help institutions tackle the problem.

In a list of 12 recommendations published on 24 November, UUK said university leaders should prioritise efforts to stamp out racial harassment, offer anti-racist training for students and staff, and develop better channels for reporting incidents.

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