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Harassment is defined in the University’s Dignity at Work Policy for staff and its associated guidance.  This policy was developed to protect and support staff members of the University from inappropriate behaviour including harassment and it provides guidance on behaviour that may constitute harassment, information on dispute resolution, and advice for victims of harassment.  Students should refer to the University’s Rules of Behaviour for further details.

Details of additional support and guidance is available for staff in the Sources of Support page under the Policy, and include the Dignity at Work contacts (a network of trained volunteers from across the University who provide confidential support and advice), the HR Schools Teams, the University’s Staff Diversity Networks, and the Staff Counselling Service.  Information about the guidance and support available for students experiencing harassment and sexual misconduct is available in the Student Wellbeing site as well as through Cambridge SU.