Voices is a student-led campaign run through Falmouth & Exeter Students’ Union, providing a platform for people whose voices might previously have been lost in the noise.
A multi-channel venture, on and off line, Voices is comprised of impactful events and prestigious volumes, sharing the raw, authentic experiences of our students.
Since the project commenced in October 2017, Voices has reached thousands of people and toured the Netherlands and UK sharing Voices stories and best practice with other Universities.
Volume One 'Black History Month' was selected as 1 of '5 Publications Making Black History' in the Issuu blog.
Join us May 25-26 for a two-day conference on Higher Education culture, with an exciting speaker series featuring sector experts from across the UK and abroad, the premiere of Lost in the noise, a documentary produced in collaboration with BAFTA-award winning filmmaker Chris Morris, and a day of workshops and networking opportunities.
If you feel the way we do about supporting and celebrating inclusivity, empowerment and diversity, join us for the Voices Festival.
The Volumes are available to view online now and also on campus – in the Library and the FXU Offices.
You can download your very own digital copy here: Volume One | Volume Two | Volume Three | Volume Four | Volume Five | Volume Six | Volume Seven | Community Edition | Volume Nine
Watch this space for future Volumes and events and follow Voices on Facebook for the latest updates.
Photos and Video
You can view all our photos and videos on the Voices Facebook page including our launch events.
Explore the following links for more Voices related content:
'5 Publications Making Black History' - Issuu blog feature
Voices: Raising Student Voice Above the Noise - web article
To have your voice heard in a forthcoming volume of Voices, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
© Falmouth & Exeter Students' Union (FXU).
Our thanks go to FXU for their constant and ongoing support in facilitating this project and to Falmouth University and the University of Exeter.
The views expressed within this publication are the individual's own and do not reflect those of the Universities, FXU and the team involved in its production.
Volumes contain language which may be offensive to some readers and references to issues which may be triggering to survivors.
If you need to talk to someone, please contact the Student Support Services team or visit fxu.org.uk/welfare