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Dignity at King's


Emergency help

If you have experienced or witnessed bullying, harassment, sexual misconduct and hate crime, emergency help is available. 



The university is committed to protecting the dignity of its staff in their work, including providing a working and teaching environment that is free from bullying, harassment and sexual misconduct and hate crime.



We want all students at King’s to be part of an inclusive, welcoming and supportive campus community. Our Student Guidance is for who have experienced or witnessed harassment, bullying, sexual misconduct or hate crime.


Anonymous disclosures

The Anonymous Disclosure Form allows staff, students and visitors to disclose incidents of bullying and harassment anonymously. Anonymous disclosure enables the identification of patterns and trends and informs preventative and proactive work.


Support services

Accessing support after an incident is crucial and the College is committed to services for victims and anyone who might require them – regardless if they have formally or informally reported the incident.


It Stops Here

It Stops Here is a collaborative campaign by King’s College London and KCLSU to build an environment where all of our students, staff and community members feel welcome, supported and safe regardless of who they are.

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