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  •   Home > News > National

    Students want action on sexual violence processes and policy from Massey University

    Students want action on sexual violence processes and policy from Massey University


    They're holding a peaceful protest at the Palmerston North campus today - to call for more support for victims.

    One organiser Kyle Fitzgerald says the university's listening - but actions speak louder than words.

    He says the protest is a way to put pressure on and show it's important to the student cohort.

    The university says it's striving for improvement - and has created a working group to address aspects.

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