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About the Community Values Education Programme

What we do

The Community Values Education Programme (CVEP) team creates and delivers resources and activities to promote the importance of a strong values-driven community at Warwick. Resources and activities are aimed at students and staff.

We work with staff and student representatives to ensure that our content remains current and engages with issues that are important to the Warwick community.

We work with departments to timetable the ‘Introduction to Active Bystander’ online workshop for incoming students, supporting them to explore what our community values look like in practice and how we might build a community that embodies those values through active bystander principles.

We offer the full Active Bystander Intervention course to UG and PGT students and work with the Students' Union to offer these for sports and societies exec committee members along with other key groups such as SSLC representatives.

Alongside this, we work with academic departments and key groups such as the taskforces to develop project resources, such as the upcoming Say My Name project and resources for PGRs.

Programme goals

Long-term goals include:

  • Introducing all incoming students to active bystander principles and everyday application of Warwick's guiding principles.
  • Supporting departments and teams to embed values-based education within their curriculums.
  • Creating and supporting a network of values champions to shape and promote CVEP messages to others.

UK Institutions Active Bystander Network

We chair the newly formed Active Bystander Network which brings together colleagues who lead on the delivery and implementation of Active Bystander approaches within their respective UK institutions. We share experiences and learning and work together to develop solutions to common problems. Find out more.


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