If you have experienced any form of sexual violence, harassment, bullying, hate crime or discrimination, there are lots of places you can access confidential support.
Experiencing a form of sexual violence such as rape, domestic abuse, sexual assault or harassment, or another form of violence, can be incredibly traumatic, however there are many support services that can help you. While some people wish to access support right away, others may not do so for weeks, months or years. How and when you access support is completely up to you.
We have created a comprehensive list of support services for different forms of violence as part of our Zero Tolerance campaign. You can also find information about reporting and learn more about the work we are doing in the University and beyond to challenge all forms of sexual violence, harassment, bullying and hate crime.
You can also find a comprehensive list of support services available nationally, locally and within Queen Mary, by visiting the University's Report and Support reporting platform. The website allows you to report an incident and includes details of a wide range of support services, including the option to request support at Queen Mary.