‘What we fear as women’: Sexual abuse in UK universities

For two years, the I-Unit investigated sexual abuse complaints at British universities, revealing academics at some of the most prominent universities in the UK are allowed to continue teaching despite multiple complaints of abusive and drunken behaviour, sexual harassment or coercive control.

This is the story of what the people targeted by the academics have gone through, and how universities have continuously failed to protect their students from sexual misconduct by staff.


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