Compulsory sexual consent workshops are being held at Cambridge University for first year students from next week and on The Pulse we asked whether there is a need for them here in Nottingham.
Women’s officer at Cambridge University, Amelia Horgan, is one of the people organising the workshops and tells us why they are needed:
After some discussion on the show one reporter felt uncomfortable that these classes were compulsory. Amelia responded to this concern:
We then looked to the idea of introducing these workshops at the University of Nottingham and spoke to Welfare Officer, Chloe Averill, about her thoughts on this:
Georgia Durham is from UoN Feminists and explains why these consent classes are needed here in Nottingham: