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Prevent and HE 

Prevent duty guidance: for higher education institutions in England and Wales

This sector specific guidance for higher education institutions in England and Wales subject to the Prevent duty is additional to, and is to be read alongside, the general guidance contained in the Revised Prevent Duty Guidance issued on 16th July 2015.

Change in Monitoring Authority - Prevent Duty

SoS writes to Nicola Dandridge (OfS) delegating Prevent monitoring duty

A letter from the Secretary of State delegating statutory responsibility for monitoring the Prevent duty in higher education to the Office for Students.

Delivering the Prevent Duty in a proportionate and fair way - HE

A guide for higher education providers in England on how to use equality and human rights law in the context of Prevent.  Concerns have been raised that the Prevent duty is sometimes being implemented in ways which could: • undermine the fundamental rights and freedoms of staff and students • stifle free speech and academic freedom • lead to discrimination and other conduct prohibited by the Equality Act 2010, and • stigmatise or alienate segments of staff and student populations.

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