Independent research

Evaluation of Catalyst fund projects: Round three

This report explores the extent to which round three of our student safeguarding Catalyst programme has encouraged positive change around tackling issues related to religion and belief and hate crime/incidents.

Round three provided £480,000 to a network of 11 projects addressing religious-based hate crime. These projects are being brought together to form a collaborative, nationwide network of specialist knowledge and leading practice in addressing hate crimes directed at students on the grounds of religion or belief. This round of funding will finish in February 2020.

The purpose of the report is to inform sector and institutional practice with the findings from what we have learned so far about ‘what works’ in safeguarding students. This is intended to help support and enable learning, exchange and dissemination of innovative and good practice in safeguarding students from and between the various Catalyst projects.

5 November 2019

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