Report bullying, harassment or discrimination online and get support
04 May 2015
The We Get It campaign is now challenging all forms of bullying, harassment and discrimination
Whether you’re a member of staff or a student, you have a responsibility for ending bullying, harassment and discrimination in our community. The campaign asks you to:
One person's "harmless banter" could be deeply offensive and have a negative impact on the work and lives of others. No one should have to feel uncomfortable for the sake of a joke. Consider and respect other people's views and feelings so that we can all work, study, and live in an inclusive and supportive environment.
Talk about where you draw the line and what you mean by bullying, harassment and discrimination.
If you think you or someone you know is being treated badly, talk to someone about it and, if you feel safe to do so, challenge it. Sometimes just explaining to someone how it makes you feel and asking them to stop is enough.
Report and Support
Use the new online Report and Support tool to report bullying, harassment, or discrimination. If you like, your report can be passed to a trained advisor, who can get you the right advice and support. You can also report something anonymously.
In this video, the President, members of staff and students give their backing to the campaign and urge you to Think, Talk and Report and Get Support:
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