If you are a victim of bullying or sexual harassment

If you are a victim of bullying…

Bullying includes verbal bullying like name calling or insults, physical bullying like pushing, hitting or intimidating someone, and social bullying like consistently excluding another person.

If you feel that you or someone that you know are a victim of bullying, contact your student support services for advice, or contact your local police. If you feel you are in immediate danger, call 000. Bullying, including verbal and physical assault, is against the law.

 

 

If you are a victim of sexual harassment…

Sexual harassment is any unwanted or unwelcome sexual behaviour, including use of sexual language or imagery, touching, or behaviour like stalking or invading your personal space. If you or someone that you know becomes a victim of sexual harassment:

  • Tell harassers to stop and that you are uncomfortable with their words or actions, if you feel comfortable to do so
  • Keep a record of what happened. Save harassing emails, texts or online posts. Take screen shots as evidence
  • Contact your university for support services or your local police. If you feel you are in immediate danger, call 000.

 

 

For more information on Project Study Safe, click here.

 

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