Queen's University has a zero tolerance policy for any form of sexual misconduct and will take all steps necessary to create a safe environment for all staff, students and visitors of the University.
The PSNI in partnership with other agencies, including Queen's University Student Union, have launched a sexual assault and sexual consent awareness campaign entitled- 'No Grey Zone'. With an increase in sexual assault and a poor understanding of what consent actually is, the No Grey Zone campaign will seek to inform and safeguard young people across the region.
The aim is to communicate that there is and should not be a grey area around sexual assault or consent, it is very black and white. If someone does not have the freedom or capacity to consent then it is sexual assault.
"It is vital that every single person in our society understands what sexual assault and consent is. We want a society where people feel supported and empowered to speak out when a sexual assault occurs"- PSNI Detective Chief Superintendent Paula Hilman
Queen's University Belfast is committed to Equality, Diversity and Inclusion.
For more information please read our Equality and Diversity Policy.
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