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The importance of Harassment Advisors: Part of Anti-Bullying Week, 12th and 16th November 2018

To launch anti-bullying week, which this year has “choose respect” as its theme, the Athena Swan team in DPAG invited Caroline Kennedy from the Harassment Advisory service and Fiona Woods, a Harassment Advisor within DPAG, to give a talk to the department on ‘The importance of Harassment  Advisors’.

Caroline spoke about the role of a Harassment Advisor, what do they do, how are they supported in their role and why they are so important to the University. Fiona also spoke about her role as a Harassment Advisor within DPAG, why she wanted to take on this role and what this involved.

If you would like to informally discuss the role of Harassment Advisors within DPAG please contact Fiona Woods

For more formal enquires please contact Caroline Kennedy.

 

Find out more information on the role of Harassment Advisors here.

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