Show your support for our campaign against sexual harassment by signing our pledge.


What else can I do?

Talk about it

Having open conversations about sexual harassment can help tackle stigma. You can also show your support online by using #NoOneAsksForIt

Don’t be a bystander

Don’t be afraid to intervene. Attend a training session to learn more about what you can do to challenge harassment.

Reporting and support

Find out how you can report harassment and access support if you have experienced it.

Training

Attend one of our training sessions to learn more about the steps you can take to combat sexual harassment on campus.


Sexual Harassment. No One Asks For It.

We’re challenging sexual harassment and violence on our campuses. We want our University to be a place where students and staff feel respected, supported, and safe.

The term ‘sexual harassment’ is used to describe any unwelcome behaviour of a sexual nature, from what is often thought of as “harmless banter” through to sexualised jokes, wolf-whistling, and unwanted physical contact including groping and even sexual assault. Sometimes sexual behaviour can be consensual but if someone else is making you feel uncomfortable, intimidated, or humiliated then it is harassment.

Edinburgh University Students’ Association, Edinburgh University Sports Union and the University of Edinburgh are clear that sexual harassment, in any form, is never acceptable.

– No One Asks For It.

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