Against harassment

What is sexual harassment?
It is undesirable conduct with sexual connotations, expressed physically, verbally and non-verbally, with the aim or the effect of violating the victim’s dignity and creating an intimidatory, hostile, degrading, humiliating or offensive situation.

As part of the University initiatives to combat harassment, with the help of the Confidential Counselor  Avv. Arianna Enrichens and in collaboration with PSQL and Affari Legali services, a short Guide against harassment application/pdf (237.95 kB)has been arranged. 

The Guide aims to contribute to spreading awareness on the phenomenon of harassment and on the existing protection tools.

In order to encourage collective reflection on the topic and on the role of each person in creating a responsible climate, two interactive video lessons were held on March 24th and 30th, introduced by a video of the Rector, edited by the Councilor of Trust.
The first meeting, the recording of which is available here, was dedicated to identifying and recognizing stereotypes, the second to the existing protection tools.

A further moment of training and raising awareness on the issue of harassment for University staff is planned for 21st June, whose timetable and booking methods will be available shortly.