King’s is committed to disability equality and inclusion so that all disabled people and those with long term conditions are included and feel valued, and that barriers are understood and overcome. This policy applies to current and prospective staff, students, alumni and visitors.
King’s is committed to creating a culture that is inclusive and respectful, where students and staff feel they can thrive and feel psychologically safe. This includes providing a learning and working environment that is free from bullying, harassment, sexual misconduct and hate crime.
To support this King’s has introduced Report + Support. Report + Support provides a consistent and simple way for students, staff and visitors to formally report incidents of inappropriate behaviour, whether it is happening to them or they are seeing it happen to someone else. Reports can be made anonymously or named and there is also a wide range of support articles providing information and signposting to support services.
||06 June 2019
||Equality, Diversity & Inclusion
|Document approved by
||Senior Management Team