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UCL recognises that it is unacceptable for students or staff to be subjected (by members of the other sex or of the same sex) to behaviour which has an explicit or implicit sexual motivation and causes embarrassment or offence.
If you consider you have a grievance in this respect you may discuss your concern confidentially with an appropriate person.
You may see:
- your Tutor or any other member of staff in your Department or Faculty in whom you have confidence;
- the Dean of Students
- the Advisers to Women Students
- the Students' Union's External Affairs and Welfare Sabbatical Officer, the Women's Officer or the Welfare Adviser.
Staff, academic or non-academic, should see their Head of Department or their Section Head, or any other senior member of staff in whom they have confidence, or else a designated officer in Human Resources or a nominated union official.
You may be accompanied by a friend.
If a complaint is made, confidentiality will be maintained and action will
be taken informally, if appropriate. Should official action be required, the
Dean of Students will give advice on the necessary procedure.
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