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Canterbury Christ Church University and the Students’ Union believe all staff and students have the right to live, study and work in a safe and supportive environment. We do not support discrimination, bullying or harassment of any form.
We are proud of our friendly, inclusive and professional community where we value the development of the whole person, respecting and nurturing the inherent dignity and potential of each individual.
This means we support a culture that is free from discrimination linked to any personal characteristic including:
Sexual harassment involving students is a particular issue of international concern affecting universities worldwide. Canterbury Christ Church University and the Students’ Union believe that you should never have to put up with sexual harassment, and we take all reports of sexual harassment very seriously.
At Christ Church we believe that we all have a part to play in creating welcoming campuses free from harassment.
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By coming together we have the power to stand up for our University values and say no to harassment.
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University Switchboard: +44 (0)1227 927700
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