The University of Exeter is an inclusive community, where everyone has the right to be treated with respect. Harassment, bullying, intimidation and discrimination go against all we stand for and will not be tolerated. If you've experienced or witnessed any of the above we encourage you to report it and to get the support you might need.

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Campaigns, activities and initiatives

The Provost Commission is a group set up to recommend and implement new approaches, events, initiatives and policies to ensure we are an open, diverse and safe university community for all. Find out more and share your comments or suggestions.

The Speak Out Guardians support the University in being an open and transparent place to work and study, where all staff and students are actively encouraged and enabled to speak out, specifically about any dignity and respect issues.

Voices is a collaborative project between FXU, Her Campus and The Falmouth Anchor, providing a platform for students whose voices might previously have been lost in the noise.

This speaker series will invite inclusivity champions to interact with our community, to share global best practice and challenge the day-to-day conscious or unconscious bias we may exhibit. View upcoming events or nominate a speaker.

The Intervention Initiative is a free resource with an educational toolkit to be used by universities and colleges for the prevention of sexual coercion and domestic abuse in university settings. 

All students are invited to take part in an anonymous online survey on racial harassment you have experienced or witnessed at Exeter. The survey is part of the University’s Safeguarding BAME Students project. Find out more about the survey.

The inclusivity toolkit has been designed to give you the tools and information to reflect on how your behaviour affects others and challenge any inappropriate behaviour.