Equality and Diversity
Harassment Adviser Network
The University is firmly opposed to any form of victimisation, bullyingor harassment involving any of its staff or students
Bullying or intimidation is offensive behaviour that humiliates or undermines an individual or a group. Such behaviour can be vindictive, cruel or malicious and may be repetitive.
If you believe you are the victim of behaviour of this kind please visit the following advice page where you can find details of how to contact our harassment advisers and other support networks.
All discussions with a harassment adviser are confidential, and brief records of their discussions will be recorded purely for statistical purposes. This information is anonymous and will be held in complete confidence.
If you think you may like to volunteer as a harassment adviser please read the role profile (.doc) for more information. To apply please complete an application form (.doc) and send it to email@example.com .If you have any questions about the Harassment Adviser Network, would like more information on what the role involves, or to find out when the next training sessions are scheduled for please contact us.