Harassment and Discrimination

If you want to gain an understanding of what harassment is and learn how to challenge and intervene in harassment situations, then you might choose to attend the SU Active Bystander Training in Michaelmas Term. The training we offer provides the chance for students to consider what constitutes harassment, being a bystander, and how one can become an active bystander. It also gives the opportunity for participants to explore and practice possible interventions, enabling the use of intervention techniques which prioritise safety.

If you have missed these sessions and want to find out more, your college freshers rep (frep) should have attended sessions about being an active bystander, so it may be worth contacting them to find out more.

If you are a student who is also employed by the University, you might want to look at the Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Training offered to staff for free.