2012 - Present
Like the rest of the University, the DTC does not tolerate bullying, harassment or victimization of any kind. There is a Harassment Advisor network, and you can read about the University’s Harrassment Procedure if the person who is the subject of the complaint is a member of University staff, or a student.
If you’d like to discuss harassment of any kind, please get in touch with Samantha Taylor <samantha.taylor at dtc.ox.ac.uk>, DTC Head of Administration and Finance.
Once you are undertaking your research projects you will also be able to speak with the Harassment Advisor(s) within your department or research organisation.
There is also a Harassment Advisory Service if you’d like to speak with someone outside the DTC or your department, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The University provides professional support for students who have experienced sexual harassment and violence. For more information, contact:
Student Welfare and Support Services
3 Worcester Street
Oxford, OX1 2BX
☏ 01865 270300
More information can be found here:
• Sexual Harassment and Violence Support Service
• Surviving traumatic events: Counselling Service resources
• Oxfordshire Sexual Abuse and Rape Crisis Centre
Oxford Brookes information on their harrassment and bullying policy.