This consultation encompasses discrimination, harassment and hate crime relating to the nine protected characteristics as defined in the Equality Act 2010: age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, sex, and sexual orientation.
A critical part of the review process regarding our reporting and discipline processes for discrimination, harassment and hate crime is to listen to viewpoints from across our community. Your views shared here will inform the provision of support and training and will help to shape our processes.
We want to listen to your thoughts and feedback on this important issue. The form below is deliberately open so that you have the space to share your thoughts and views.
Please refer to the privacy notice at the bottom of the form so you understand how we will use the data you provide.
As a member of the Warwick community, we would very much welcome your input and appreciate you taking the time to give us your feedback.
If you feel affected by anything covered on this web page or by this subject matter, please access the support services available at the University or use the feedback and complaints form to submit a complaint if you feel you have been a victim of any sort of discrimination, harassment and hate crime.
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"The views and information that you provide through this consultation will be crucial for informing the development of the University’s new reporting tools and disciplinary processes for both staff and students. Your participation is key in order for us to build approaches that are strong, trusted and supported."
Rebecca Freeman, Dean of Students
"Within my role as Welfare & Campaigns Officer in the Students’ Union this area has been a key focus of mine, so it has been great to be a part of the group undertaking this piece of work within the University too. This consultation is absolutely vital to ensure we get this right for everybody across the Warwick community, so that we all get a say in the support that we feel is right for us".
Tiana Holgate, Welfare & Campaigns Officer, Warwick Students’ Union