All members of the University community are required to treat all students, staff and visitors in a friendly, courteous and dignified manner.

Bullying, harassment, sexual misconduct, discrimination and victimisation are contrary to the Equality Act 2010 and are prohibited under University policies.

All staff and students have a right to complain in confidence if they are being bullied, harassed, discriminated against, victimised or subjected to sexual misconduct or other forms of violence whilst working or studying.  No member of the University community is expected to tolerate what they genuinely and reasonably believe to be violence, abuse, bullying, harassment, sexual misconduct or discrimination, whether by a member of the University community or a third party such as a supplier or visitor to the University.

The University's Dignity and Respect Policy makes it clear that we do not tolerate violence, bullying, harassment, sexual misconduct, discrimination or victimisation by any members of its community. The Policy also sets out the procedures that will be followed in relation to different types of complaints.

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