Harassment, bullying and victimisation

The University uses the term harassment to describe harassment, bullying and victimisation.

The University believes that harassment pollutes the working and learning environment and has a detrimental effect upon wellbeing, health, confidence, morale and performance of those directly affected by such behaviour or who are witness to it. The University is committed to creating a working and learning environment free from harassment and discrimination in which all staff, students and visitors to the University are treated with dignity and respect.

The Harassment Advice Service is a free and confidential service for anyone who believes they are being harassed, have been accused of harassment or who has been witness to harassment. For further details please see the links below:

 

Need to talk?

The Harassment Advice Service is free, confidential and open to anyone, staff or student, who wants to talk about harassment.

Students can also get support from Guild Advice @ the Guild of Students.