Universities fail sexual violence survivors. Will new rules change the culture?

A report says universities should lose funding if they don’t tackle sexual misconduct. But experts are questioning whether it goes far enough

Universities have been warned by the higher education watchdog for England that they could lose their status and public funding if they fail to improve how they tackle harassment and sexual misconduct. But do the proposals go far enough if they are to tackle the “epidemic” of sexual harassment in UK universities?

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