University and Colleges of Cambridge launch campaign promoting zero tolerance of sexual misconduct
Earlier this week, the University and Colleges of Cambridge and CUSU launched a new campaign: ‘Breaking the Silence – Cambridge speaks out against sexual misconduct’. The campaign promotes zero tolerance of harassment and sexual misconduct and highlights a range of new prevention, support and reporting measures.
Visit the website: www.breakingthesilence.cam.ac.uk
The Master, the Revd Dr Jeremy Morris, says: “Trinity Hall is absolutely committed to eradicating harassment and abuse, in whatever forms it is experienced by students and staff. I really welcome this initiative. It puts the spotlight on what is clearly unacceptable behaviour, and will help us tackle it decisively.”
Senior Tutor, Dr Clare Jackson, says: “Trinity Hall offers the strongest possible institutional commitment to the ‘Breaking the Silence’ campaign. I urge all students, staff, Fellows and alumni to engage with the campaign’s message and collectively seek to challenge social norms that perpetuate unacceptable behaviour.”