Get involved with the evaluation of a series of initiatives across the University which seek to tackle sexual misconduct.
This programme is currently finishing. We have availability for proof-readers only.
Cambridge speaks out against sexual misconduct
Interested in the issue of sexual misconduct, harassment and violence?
Want to learn to run a large-scale evaluation?
Want to gain valuable skills organising focus groups, interviews & more?
Get involved in the evaluation!
The University and Colleges have invested in a number of initiatives to prevent harassment and sexual misconduct and to support student survivors, with funding from the Higher Education Funding Council England (HEFCE). Cambridge Hub is coordinating a student-led evaluation of these initiatives, and we would love you to be part of it.
We’ll be looking at the impact and effectiveness of these initiatives (find a list in the FAQ section), using participant questionnaires, broad data sampling, interviews and focus groups. The outcomes of this evaluation will influence long-term strategy on appropriate prevention and support mechanisms. We have roles ranging from being part of the team, running interviews and/or focus groups, working on publicity, raising awareness about the evaluation, etc, and coordinating the student-led side of the evaluation.
Cambridge Hub seeks to be as inclusive as possible, and we strongly encourage applications from all University of Cambridge students who want to get involved. Do you have any questions about the application process or do you need reasonable adjustments made? Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org