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Help promote the Social Justice Challenge and Workplace Ethics Challenge

09 Oct 2018

This year, the Class of 2016 will become our first cohort of students to graduate with the prestigious Stellify Award

Ethical Grand Challenges

Students must complete all three Ethical Grand Challenges to gain the Stellify Award.

We need your help to encourage second year students to complete the Social Justice Challenge, and third year students to complete the new Workplace Ethics Challenge. 

The Social Justice Challenge introduces students to ways of thinking about social justice by exploring a number of themes including Higher Education, Mental Health, Trade, Energy, Migration and Homelessness.

The Challenge is delivered entirely online via Blackboard and takes about an hour to complete. 

Please direct second year students to begin the challenge:

The Workplace Ethics Challenge explores ethical dilemmas commonly faced by early career graduates and provides students with skills to help them stand out in a crowded graduate job market.

To complete the Workplace Ethics Challenge students need to attend one of a range of face-to-face workshops, tailored to different graduate employment sectors including Children & Young People, Global, Healthcare and All Sector or they can complete an online version of the Challenge.

Third year students can find out when the workshop challenges are taking place and sign up: 

This year, the Challenge has been extended to fourth and fifth year students who would like to complete a Workplace Ethics Challenge.