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Exeter Speaks Out

Exeter Speaks Out

Exeter Speaks Out

The University of Exeter is an inclusive community, where everyone has the right to be treated with respect. Harassment, bullying, intimidation and discrimination (for example racism, homophobia, sexual 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. These pages provide information for students and staff.

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Campaigns, activities and initiatives

Our Speak Out Guardians and network of Dignity and Respect Advisors support the university in being an open and transparent place, where all staff and students are actively encouraged and enabled to speak out, specifically about any dignity and respect issues.

Incidents motivated by hostility on the basis of protected characteristics may be hate crimes which are reportable to the police. Find out more here.

Voices is a student-led campaign run through Falmouth & Exeter Students’ Union, providing a platform for people whose voices might previously have been lost in the noise.

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.

Find out about our equality, diversity and inclusion (EDI) vision, policies, inclusion toolkit and support available through our dedicated EDI team.

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. 

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.