Thursday 12 May 2016
Domestic and Family Violence Prevention Month is an annual event held in Australia each May to raise community awareness of the social and personal impacts of domestic and family violence and the support available for those affected.
USC fosters a culture of safety and respect for all students and staff.
The Student Charter outlines the mutual expectations between the University and the student body.
We want you to be safe from sexual assault or harassment. So if you, or someone you know, needs help, here's what you can do.
USC is partnering with all other Australian universities to endorse and promote the campaign Respect. Now. Always – taking a national stand against sexual assault and harassment. The initiative aims to prevent sexual assault and harassment by raising awareness among university students and staff that these behaviours are unacceptable, and to empower those who have experienced sexual assault or harassment to seek help and support if they need it, and give bystanders the confidence to speak up.
We all have a role to play to ensure a culture of safety and respect in our university communities – now and always.