Joint Action Plan Draft 2018/19
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Joint Action Plan 2018/19
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Updated on12/10/2018
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Project / TaskProject Plan Complete DateProject Start DateMeasure of SuccessProgressStrat Obj/KPIColour
Taken from Project Plans:
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Class Dismissed - Support Low Income Students and students in Tower Hamlets to Access Education at QMUL, have a supported transition to HE and access supportTo work with the University (WP & ERS) and outreach measures outlined in the access agreement to develop and deliver UCAS sessions to help communicate aspirational journey and the benefits of HE to low income students.0Ella/Ahmed
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Grow our Relationships with student representation in local FE Providers
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Consider our range of activities and develop interventions that help students understand each  other, value their differences and work towards a  shared language that addresses stratification by  socio-economic class and background. Implement Suggestions Outlined in NUS' Poverty Commission Research.
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Make the case for Student Financial Support through bursaries and other measures and support the university to publicise this support to students.
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International Students - Support International Students in the UK and reach out to satallite campuses around the world0Tom/Ahmed
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Engaging the students on the Gozo campus to feel part of the BLSA Community and to support their growth as a society. Running a campaign across Malta and BL. Mess running 2 sessions with video conferencing and running Mummies and Daddies on the Gozo Campus
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Campaigning for a Tuition Fee Freeze For International Students in the UK
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making the case for each school to have a personal tutor specifically for international students
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Engaging Events - Hold well attended, engaging and inclusive events across campuses.Satisfaction with the events at BLSA increases by 10% , Attendance at BLSA day increases by 25%, 10% more BDS and BSc attend association dinner0Tom/Ahmed
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Increase participation of first years, commuters, international students, students who don't drink and postgraduate students
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80% of feedback from events is positive
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Each event is evaulated, with demographic attendance recorded and reccomendations made
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Library Access and ResourcesWestsmithfield Library Hours and Access. Library card on QM App0Tom/Redwan
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Increase online copies of books and decrease printing costs for students
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Ensure that the Mile End Library has more study space avaliable at peak times, that charging sockets are increased and existing sockets fixed.
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BME Student Experience - To create an environment that is inclusive and supportive of our BME student populationSupport the running of BHM in collaberation with Student groups and student officers and celebrate BME authors in the library-Organised some events for BHM -Working with reps and student groups, supporting them with the events and activities they're organising0
Redwan, Ahmed, Ella
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Celebrate and promote the cultural identiy of our asian students in Asian Heritage Month in collaberation with student officers and Student groups.
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Create a BME Network for Students within QMBL -a framework for it to run and a working group to inform its set up.- BME Network Working Group has met to make year plan
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Support the University in achiving the Bronze Award in the Race Equality Charter and push for Compulsary Unconcious Bias training for all university staff. Develop an institutional KPI to close the BME attainment Gap.
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- To conduct a mental health survey that enquires on the expereince of BAME students
- To analyse the benefits and Impact of the Cambridge BAME counsellings service
- To lobby the University to hire more BAME counsellors.
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Zero Tolerance
- using the tef working group to work on inclusive curriculum
-Raising awareness of sexual harassement and sexual violence during the year, and specifically Sex and Relationships month (January)
- Raising awareness of hate crime/incidents during IAM (November) AHM (December)
-Lobby university for review in to transparency in to university processes
-running all ZT activities and events at all campuses
-Create a communication channels for all student groups to be included in ZT
- Tell a story campaign
-Highligting STOP HATE UK and how students can report hate crime
-Launch the campaign and have conversations with students about what ZT is.
-Joint statement to be released by university and union with signposting information for students and staff to access
-Lobby university to create a policy for staff, student relationships
-Lobby the university to create a clear reporting procedure and support for students and staff
August August 2019- Program to combat sexual violence, harassment and bullying
- IAM/hate Crime Campaign
- Report and Support System implemented across the university
-Increase the % of lowest performing groups in employability
- 60% of students feel confident in reporting proceedures when asked in June 2019
- developing and delivering consent training and including staff
- supporting societies to understand how to approach sexual harrassment
-Policy passed at QMSE which will be released with ZT launch on 15/10 called Student Staff Misconduct policy
-Launch with highlighing STOP HATE UK and sexual harassement and signposting students
-Survey for students about ZT and what are the next steps they would like us to take
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TEF 'Going for Gold'
Using workstreams to work on projects including
-Focus groups with students from all campuses about their experiences
-Lobbying for more provisions in study spaces and library resources
- Lobbying for clear hierarchy in EDI
-Research in to the BME attainment gap and BME experience at QMUL
-Lobbying each school to have a visable student voice and course rep presence
-Lobbying the university to provide a reporting structure for Estates issues for students
-Lobbying the university to make unconscious bias accessible and for all staff at the university.
August 2018August 2019- Use TEF as a means to improve the student experiance
- Support Student Voice TEF workstream
-Staff networks feel confident that they feed in to policy and institutional change
-Embeded reporting structures on QMUL App
-Unconscious bias training for all staff which is accessible.
-BME Attainment gap KPI in the University structures
- %      of students agree that they feel safe on all of our campuses.
-University staff that take on additional responsibilities in EDI receive appropriate financial support (Athena Swan, Dignity Disclosure Officers)
Working on workstreams and how these areas of work can be put within so the university will support. 25
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Safety on all of our campuses

September 2018June 2019- Safety on Campus
- Training for security staff in MH Training
- Student safety on MIle End Road and Cycling
- Support messages around safety and security
- signage about belongings in library and ground
Motion to student council about improving lighting on the whitechapel campus 25
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