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Support Smart: Bullying and Harassment

Student Services' support guide for Academic School Staff and other student facing staff

Harassment and Bullying

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Harassment and Bullying

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Harrassment or Bullying. What does this mean?

Any unwanted behaviour that makes someone feel intimidated, degraded, humiliated or offended. It is not necessarily always obvious or apparent to others. Bullying or harassment can be between two individuals or it may involve groups of people. It might be obvious or it might be insidious. It may be persistent or an isolated incident. It can also occur in written communications, by phone or through email, on social media and is not just face-to-face

Online harassment, bullying or stalking

University Policy - Harassment and Bullying - Dignity at Work and Study

Online Stalking and Harassment Video