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1800RESPECT Support a Friend
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Achieving a safe and respectful campus and workplace for all students and staff requires a UNSW strategy to frame ongoing action to prevent and respond to gendered violence, including sexual misconduct. Our aim is to Stop. Empower. Support. UNSW recognises the problem of gendered violence in universities and is committed to playing a part in changing this and making UNSW a safer place for all. Through our e-learning module UNSW seeks to prevent gendered violence and offer respectful strategies to assist students when an incident does occur.
Gendered violence is defined as any harmful behaviour perpetrated against someone based on their actual or perceived sex, gender, sexual orientation and/or gender identity. It is a broad term that includes sexual harassment, sexual assault, domestic and family violence, intimate partner violence, sexual violence and gendered harassment.
All commencing students are required to complete this Module as part of the ELISE quiz.
It will help you understand gendered violence, appropriate and inappropriate behaviour, reporting options, possible consequences, support services and bystander interventions at UNSW.
Access the Module via Moodle and login with your zID. Enter the student enrolment key: gvprevention_2023