Yes To Respect

TUSU embraces diversity and actively opposes all forms of prejudice. This includes any form of discrimination, harassment, bullying or victimisation. In the past we have signed the Sports Charter tackling homophobia and signed the Time to Change pledge against mental health stigma.


We are committed to communicating openly, honestly and respectfully at all times. If you don't feel students are upholding the principles of Yes To Respect on campus and want to report a specific incident you can make contact with SU Student Support (SUSS) to discuss your issue.

 

Yes To Respect guide

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