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What to do if you are being sexually harassed


  • Say “No”.  Speak up at the time.  Tell the harasser that his/her behaviour is unwanted and has to stop.
  • Keep a written record of the incidents, including dates, time, places, witnesses, nature of the harassment and your responses.
  • Tell someone you trust, e.g. Associate Vice-President (Student Affairs), Heads of Departments/Programme Directors, Director of Administration, Wardens, or counselors.
  • Report it officially.  Conciliation and complaint investigation processes are available to staff and students through the Sexual Harassment Investigation Panel (SHIP).  All information will be kept in strict confidence.  Please write to the President direct, or through the Office of the President, or through the online reporting/complaint channel [].