New anonymous reporting tool launches on Pink Shirt Day

17 May 2019

UC has today launched a new online reporting tool, Report It.

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    University of Canterbury is committed to supporting all staff and students to feel safe and comfortable on campus.

Today the University of Canterbury (UC) has launched a new online reporting tool, Report It, to coincide with Pink Shirt Day, the global movement that celebrates diversity, promotes positive relationships and takes a stand against bullying.

At UC we want everyone to feel safe on campus and to report any behaviour that makes staff or students feel uncomfortable. Bullying or harassment, whether on or off campus, is not okay and UC will not tolerate bullying, harassment or discrimination of any kind.

Staff and students can use Report It to raise concerns anonymously. The information provided via Report It will be used to inform future strategies and education initiatives to address behaviour and improve respect and inclusiveness at UC.

UC aims to build an even stronger and supportive community for all.

Kōrero Mai, Kōrero Atu, Mauri Tū, Mauri Ora | Speak Up, Stand Together, Stop Bullying!


Read more about Report It here

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