We want people to get to know the facts on harassment hate crime and sexual violence.

The campaign uses a variety of activities to help people explore the issues and develop skills and confidence to safely take action.  The purpose of activities is to counteract the phenomenon known as the bystander effect. We want people and communities to move from being passive bystanders who do nothing, to becoming active bystanders who take action.

Don't be a bystander Speak Up! Stand Up!  Call it out and report it.


Acts of harassment hate crime and sexual violence often start with negative attitudes, beliefs and stereotypes about other people. These beliefs are cultivated through exposure and repeated reinforcement by those around them and they can form prejudices. These prejudices can cause biased behaviour and potentially more serious acts of discrimination hate and violence. We want people to notice potentially problematic situations. To do this we will explore different topics that relate to:

  • Ageism
  • Disabalism
  • Homophobia
  • Racism
  • Religious Hate
  • Sexism
  • Transphobia


We will explore definitions, terminology and experiences including micro-aggressions, discrimination, harassment, hate crime and sexual violence. 

You can find out more on: 

See It! E-Newsletter 

If you would like to find out more on these topics you can sign up to receive our monthly e-newsletter. 

See It issues will include:

  • Issue 1: Racism, Islamophobia and Hate Crime, 21st November 2018
  • Issue 2: Disabalism, Sexual Violence and Hate Crime, 12th December 2018
  • Issue 3: Anti-Semitism and Hate Crime, 16th January 2019
  • Issue 4: Homophobia, Transphobia and Hate Crime, 13th February 2019

We want everyone to know it’s a problem when they witness problematic behaviour. 

Report & Support 

If you or someone you know has experienced problematic behaviour you can use the University’s Report and Support Platform.  This allows you to report something anonymously or report it and get confidential support from a Harassment Support Advisor. 


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