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Community Values Education - Positive, Inclusive, Empowering

About the Community Values Education Programme

The Community Values Education Programme launched in September 2019, following 18 months of development work in partnership with the Students' Union. The programme supports the exploration of the University's work on community values within academic departments, developing resources and activities which enable students to explore Warwick's values in a structured and supportive way, contributing to the development of a stronger campus community.

Programme resources & activities are co-created with students and informed by our shared community values of openness, equality and diversity, mutual respect and trust.

For more information, contact the CVEP team via

Values Education within the Academic Learning Experience

The Community Values Education Programme works with academic and central University departments to embed Warwick's values into the academic learning experience, with a particular focus on the Year 1 academic induction.

Identifying and developing existing Values education activities used by colleagues across the University, the programme is developing a resource pack to support academic departments embedding Warwick values within the academic learning experience.

Have you have been involved in planning and/or delivering activities involving community values? We'd be delighted to hear from you.

Active Bystander Intervention

Based on the Intervention Initiative funded by Public Health England, our active bystander education empowers students with the knowledge, skills and confidence to make effective interventions when faced with behaviour contrary to our values.

In the 2020/21 academic year, a 1 hour in-department 'Introduction to Active Bystander Intervention' workshop will be offered to all first year undergraduate students, with the option to progress on to the 10 hour 'Active Bystander Intervention' course in term 2.

For more information, contact the CVEP team via