UNSW Sydney today confirmed its intention to release annual data for reports of, and responses to, sexual assault and harassment.
UNSW has welcomed the release of the Australian Human Rights Commission’s student survey on sexual harassment and sexual assault in Australian universities.
UNSW has launched a new website to make it easier for students and staff to report sexual assault and sexual harassment, and find information on available support services.
Preventing sexual violence is everybody’s responsibility, but we need to think carefully about how we do it, writes Biance Fileborn.
Australia’s first comprehensive survey of student experiences of sexual assault and harassment has been launched at UNSW as part of Universities Australia’s national Respect. Now. Always. campaign.
Australian universities are united in an unprecedented national campaign to tackle and prevent sexual harassment and assault on campuses, writes Vice-Chancellor Professor Ian Jacobs.
Does restorative justice offer advantages to victims of sexual assault and domestic violence over conventional justice practices?
Results from research led by Professor Catharine Lumby show that NRL players' attitudes to sexual assault victims are changing.