Find out what to do if you witness or experience discrimination or harassment.
Discrimination is treating someone unfairly because of a personal characteristic protected by the law. Protected personal characteristics include age, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation, political belief, race, religious belief or activity, and sex.
Harassment is a form of discrimination; it includes behaviour that causes offence, based on a characteristic, including sexual harassment.
Discrimination, harassment and sexual harassment are unlawful in areas of public life and are against the University's policies and procedures.