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Harassment and Bullying

Bullying and Student Harassment

UCL has very clear statements on Dignity and Work. On the Equality, Diversity and Inclusion webpage you find details about UCL’s harassment and bullying policy and the procedures in place to launch a formal complaint. You can find information about their recommended approach here.

You can also report an incident through the online reporting form.

A range of measures are also due to be unveiled later this year including the launch of a university-wide campaign to combat bullying, harassment and sexual misconduct. This will be accompanied by a new online ‘support and report’ tool, which includes an anonymous reporting function. We will provide updated links when these become available.


Sexual Harassment

The UCL Student Union (UCLU) has launched their Zero Tolerance to Sexual Harassment campaign. The Geography Department completed all requirements of the 2016/17 pledge and has achieved the Zero Tolerance Award.

Should you endure or observe sexual harassment they recommend you contact your personal tutor or a member of staff you trust, the student mediator, Ruth Siddall, the vice warden or warden of the halls of residences (if you are staying in one) or either the UCLU Women’s Officer of Welfare and International Officer if the incident occurred at a UCLU event. You can also contact your Geography Department EDI representative, details of who they are can be found in the Departmental Student/Staff Groups section above.

Alternatively you can report an incident through the online reporting form. Within the form you also have the possibility of setting up an appointment with the Adviser for Women students. To do so complete the Student and Registry Services Student Enquiry Form, select the option ‘request an appointment’ and the service required ‘Adviser to Women Students’.

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