Harassment Advisers are trained members of the University who act as a first point of contact for staff or students experiencing harassment or bullying. They can give support and identify options to facilitate resolution.
Members of the University experiencing harassment can contact any Harassment Adviser directly. It does not have to be a person within your area or department. Some Harassment Advisers have provided a profile about themselves intended to help those needing advice to decide who to contact.
Harassment Advisers Forum - Information for Harassment Advisers only
Harassment Adviser Support Network
The Harassment Adviser Support network consists of a small group of members who have specialist interests or experience in relation to the issues of harassment and who aim to build up the 'practice wisdom' of the network as a whole over time. They are available to act as back-up or mentors for HARASSMENT ADVISERS, who may draw on their experience when needed.
Equality and Diversity Office - March 2012