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Tories, NUS, stalking, rent guarantors

This week on the podcast our guests look at a new report on generational voting differences, the results of the NUS Conference and new data on domestic violence and stalking on campus
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News, analysis and explanation of higher education issues from our leading team of wonks

A centre-right think tank has a new report out on generational differences, and this week on the podcast out guests look at the higher education aspects. We also discuss NUS’ national conference, new data on stalking and a fascinating rent guarantor scheme aimed at care leavers.

With Nick Hillman, Director at HEPI, Jess Moody, Senior Advisor at Advance HE and Wonkhe’s own Arthi Nachiappan.

Items this week:

If you are concerned about domestic violence or stalking, Paladin assists high risk stalking victims in England and Wales. You can also call the national domestic violence helpline on 0808 2000 247.

For our correlation quiz we looked at the number of attendees at free public lectures was linked to the number of car parking spaces on campus. Are people more likely to come to an inaugural if they know there’s somewhere they can leave the car?

Yes, but does it correlate?

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