Queen's University Belfast is an international institution that is both multicultural and diverse. All members of the University community and visitors to the University are entitled to be treated with dignity and respect. The University is committed to establishing an environment that is free from any form of harassment and bullying.
In the event that a member of staff or student feels that they are being subjected to harassment on grounds of their religion, sex, political opinion, sexual orientation, disability, ethnic origin or age, they are entitled to make a complaint against their harasser. This complaint can be made through formal channels by contacting the Personnel office for staff members or Academic and Student Affairs for students. However, it is quite often the case that individuals simply wish the harassment to stop without making a formal complaint. On these occasions, the individual can contact one of the University's harassment advisors for help and assistance.
Confidential information/discussion is available from the following University Harassment Advisors: