Read City's affinity networks' joint message and find out about the support and resources available to you.
Published Tuesday, 16th March, 2021 in University news
Recent events involving the tragic murder of Sarah Everard have led to many discussions and reflections from cis women, trans women, non-binary and gender non-confirming people around vulnerability and their own feelings of being unsafe. If you would like to speak to somebody, there is lots of support available to you, both at City and externally:
- If you have experienced bullying or harassment, you can speak to one of City’s Harassment Advisers and report it through our You Report We Support tool.
- If you would like to speak to somebody at City, you can contact our Student Counselling team or our Chaplaincy team.
- For further support, you can contact Victim support, rape crisis helpline or the Samaritans.
Our staff affinity networks have released a joint message, which includes important information and practical steps allies can take, which you can read here.