An independent review has been commissioned to look a Prevent. The review was called by government as part of the Counter Terrorism and Border Security Act 2019 passing. The consultation is open until 11.45pm on 9 December 2019 and those working with the Prevent duty are encouraged to contribute to the call for evidence. It looks at a number of areas including:
- How effective Prevent is at meeting its objectives
- How the Prevent strategy responds to factors and drivers of radicalisation
- Local and national objectives of Prevent
- How effective the Channel programme is
- What should Government develop for its future strategy
The Office for Students monitors higher education providers in accordance with the Prevent duty for providers on the OfS Register; providers not registered but have more than 250 HE students; and providers that are designated for student support (e.g. for the purposes of ‘teach out’). Members who are subject to the Prevent duty are encouraged to participate in the webinar to understand how they can submit their own evidence, as well as feeding into the Independent HE response.
This webinar will take go through the key questions of the consultation seeking input from members on how IHE can best respond to the call for evidence. It will also explore what changes to Prevent members would like to suggest in the consultation. The webinar will be led by Joy Elliott-Bowman, Director of Policy and Development at Independent HE.
Webinar – Presentation followed by Q&A.
This session is suitable for:
Any staff working in quality assurance, student services, governance and senior management.
Free. For IHE members and launchpad subscribers only.
- On 10th October 2019