You can contact the Student Life Centre where a fully trained practitioner who specialises in identity and prejudice will be able to speak to you and explore the different options available.
Students can contact the Student Life Centre (email@example.com) or the Student Union (firstname.lastname@example.org) directly or through the Report + Support process.
What to expect from Restore Respect
When you report into the programme someone will contact you to have an initial conversation about what has happened. If you decide to participate in Restore Respect someone will then arrange for you to meet with one of the programme’s specially trained practitioners. You can talk confidentially about what has happened to you and how this has impacted you. A practitioner will explore with you the possibility of a Restore Respect supported intervention or refer you to other support services inside and outside the university. There are a range of options and each will be described at this meeting. The practitioner is there to listen carefully and support you in all your decisions about any part of a process offered.
What kind of prejudice and hate incidents can I report?
Restore Respect covers all types of characteristics and prejudices that may be affecting students on campus. These include (amongst others):
- Race and ethnicity;
- Religious beliefs;
- Sexual orientation (e.g. being lesbian, gay, bisexual, queer);
- Gender (e.g. hostilities against women)
- Gender identity and expression (e.g. prejudice towards people for being trans, non-binary, queer);
- Disability (both physical and mental);
- Subcultural identities (e.g. Goths, Emos);
- Social class.