Harassment, Bullying and Expected Behaviour
When you arrive at King's you will be treated as an adult, and it is expected in return that you behave as adults. This does not only mean that your behaviour in lecture and tutorials is appropriate but also the way you treat and interact with your colleagues and your teachers.
All members have a right to study and participate in the University community with respect, courtesy and consideration and in accordance with the University's policies on equality and diversity. All students and staff have the right to expect good conduct and professional behaviour from others irrespective of their:
- Gender identity/expression
- Religion or belief (including no belief)
- Sexual orientation
- Marriage and Civil Partnership
- Pregnancy, maternity, paternity, adoption or surrogacy
If you feel that you are being subjected to harassment or bullying in any form by a member of staff or other students, then you can find out what to do and who you can speak to on It Stops Here web portal.
Harassment & bullying
King's College London is committed to providing and promoting a positive environment for all its students, staff and members of its community which is free from all forms of prejudice, discrimination, harassment and bullying.
King's have launched an It Stops Here web portal that offer up to date guidance on what you should do in the event of an incident and who you can contact for support.
It Stops Here campaign
It Stops Here is a collaborative campaign by King’s College London and KCLSU to challenge sexual harassment and build an environment where everyone feels welcome, supported and safe regardless of who they are. We’re asking staff and students to take the pledge online.
11 May 2018