Christ Church Students’ Union and Canterbury Christ Church University have won an award for embedding social norms of responsible alcohol consumption and building healthier, safer, more productive student communities across campuses.
The NUS Alcohol Impact accreditation, reflects our dedication and commitment to embedding social norms of responsible alcohol consumption and building healthier, safer, more productive student communities across campuses in the United Kingdom.
"We have worked really hard to achieve the accreditation and have enjoyed working alongside various partners, we are encouraged to see the interventions taking shape and starting to show some real impact. We are keen to continue to work with our university and students to introduce more safety measures and progress newer initiatives further." Jamie Harris - President (Wellbeing) 2019-20
Alcohol Impact is a programme run by the National Union of Students (NUS) that seeks to create a social norm of responsible alcohol consumption amongst students. It offers a framework and certification of a whole institutions commitment to responsible consumption of alcohol, underpinned by social change theory. Read more about the award here.
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