Guidelines for cases of suspected harassment of students or colleagues

Last changed: 07 March 2023

In a survey conducted on parts of SLU's staff, it became clear that many people do not know how to proceed if a student or a colleague is exposed to any form of harassment.

The attached links, which all staff are expected to read, contain information about what constitutes discrimination and how to proceed if a student or colleague is exposed.

This can not be said to many times - you should obviously act if you are being exposed, or if you find that a student or a colleague are exposed to any form of harassment!

Read Guidelines for cases of suspected harassment of a student.

Read Guidelines in case of suspected harassment, sexual harassment of or reprisals against an employee.

 


Contact

Sara Österman, Head of Department
sara.osterman@slu.se
Department of Animal Nutrition and Management