Tags : harassment

Minister Harris officially opens new UCD service for staff and students disclosing bullying or sexual harassment
The student, the lecturer and a sexual harassment investigation at one of Ireland’s top universities
UCD talk on violence against women interrupted with porn and abuse
Colleges tell Simon Harris they don’t use controversial NDAs
Violence and Harassment: the Speak Out tool
Minister Harris launches ‘Speak Out’ – an online and anonymous tool for students and staff to report violence and sexual harassment
Minister Harris launches national staff and student surveys on sexual violence and sexual harassment in Irish Higher Education Institutions
Third-level staff, students to be surveyed on sexual harassment
UCD spent €100,000 on fees and inquiries in abuse cases
‘I got used to working with the door locked’ – Dr Ní Shúilleabháin on UCD Harassment
The higher education sector has a unique role to play in preventing sexual violence
Minister Harris launches 8 week campaign to help educate students and staff to deal with disclosures of sexual harassment and violence
Large Volume of Harassment Not Reported at UCD
Education around consent should be a requirement, not an option in third level institutions – Harris
Minister Harris confirms survey into harassment, sexual harassment and bullying of staff and students in higher education institutions
Colleges must report annual bullying and sexual harassment figures
Bullying in Educational Institutions
‘Out With The Old, in With The New’: Examining UCD’s Proposed Dignity and Respect Policies
Third Level Institutions – Harassment
Mandatory Bystander Intervention Module for UCD First Years