Report unacceptable behaviour
If you, or someone you know, have experienced unwanted actions or behaviour or been treated unfairly, find out how to report it and get support.
Be an active bystander
If you see or experience behaviour that doesn't seem right, we encourage you to Stand Up and Speak Out.
Learn more about when and how to call it out.
How to report
Find out how to report and understand more about the process.
Request wellbeing and mental health support
We can advise you, or contact you with the appropriate support and resources.
Emergency contact numbers and University out-of-hours contacts
Bullying and harassment
Unwanted behaviour that is intimidating, offensive or insulting.
Being treated unfairly because of who you are or a protected characteristic such as disability or race.
Can include emotional, psychological, physical, financial and sexual abuse in couple relationships (current or previous) or between family members.
A hate crime is an action or behaviour that is motivated by hostility towards a protected characteristic.
When an individual or a group attacks a person physically, with or without the use of a weapon, or threatens to hurt that person.
Inappropriate and unwanted behaviours of a sexual nature.
For more information on these topics, see the following polices:
- Student Disciplinary Regulations
- University Acceptable Behaviour Policy