We understand that experiencing sexual harassment or violence can be very difficult to work through on your own. If you have been affected by sexual violence or harassment, or know someone else who has, we hope we can help you with accessing the support that is best for you.
Here you can find information on the range of support available to our students in the university, as well as in the community and nationally.
If you want some advice on your situation and want to talk to someone face-to-face then you can complete the online booking form to set-up a slot with our SU Advice worker
Below the links we have information on the work we're doing at LTSU to tackle sexual violence and harassment
As well as providing signposting and information on sexual violence and harassment we’re committed to stamping them out in every area and to making all of our services promote an inclusive and welcoming environment, which is why we’re encouraging all our sports clubs to sign a charter to pledge to stamp out sexism,misogyny and all forms of discrimination.
Our Student Council passed policy last year commiting us to talking a zero tolerance approach to seuxal harassment. This, in turn, led to our Consent Campaign which ran through 2017/18
Our Vice President also has lots of plans for the coming year, if you'd like to talk to him about any welfare issues, please email him on J.Bainbridge@leedstrinity.ac.uk