Treating people with mutual respect is a fundamental principle of the University of Warsaw community. Every person should feel safe studying and working on our campus – this is an introduction to the “Guide to prevention of sexual harassment at University of Warsaw”. The document is now available online.
The publication covers rules and procedures at the University of Warsaw, as well as recommendations and advice on how to counteract and respond in situations of sexual harassment. You can find in the guide information concerning, among others:
- definitions and examples of sexual harassment,
- ways in which any member of the University community can prevent sexual harassment,
- forms of support for persons who have experienced sexual violence as well as procedures for reporting it to university institutions,
- inappropriate and unacceptable relationships of an emotional and intimate nature at university.
Full text of the guide – Guide to prevention of sexual harassment at University of Warsaw (PDF)
We would like to assure you that the University of Warsaw stands with those members of its community who have experienced any form of harassment. If you have been subjected to verbal, physical, and sexual violence or abuse at the UW, please let us know, we will help you.
Where to seek a help?
- Academic Ombudsman
- UW Equality Specialist / Anti-Discrimination Co-Ordinator
- The Student Ombudsman – email: email@example.com
- in the academic year 2020/2021 you can also contact the local student government consultant for sexual violence in The Student Ombudsman team: firstname.lastname@example.org
- for psychological support please contact UW Centre for Psychological Help by phone: 694 711 731 or email: email@example.com