We are committed to providing a respectful, safe and supportive learning and working environment. If you have experienced threats, violence, assault, sexual assault, harassment or bullying you can get support.
Below is a list of support services available to you. Use these services if something has happened to you and/or you are concerned about the behaviour of someone in the FedUni community.
- Lifeline: provides crisis support if you are finding it hard to cope with an event or experience in your life. Access support by phone (13 11 14) or online chat.
- QLife: a national telephone (1800 184 527) and web counselling service for lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and intersex (LGBTI) people, families and friends.
- Say Something: an anonymous online reporting system for crimes within Victoria with a downloadable app.
- Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission: provides a phone service offering free information on discrimination, victimisation, sexual harassment, racial or religious vilification, equal opportunity and the Charter of Human Rights and Responsibilities. Students studying interstate can contact the Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission in their state.
- Victorian Safer Community Network: provides safety promotion and injury prevention professionals with the tools, resources and support to minimise the impact of unintentional injury, crime, violence and emergency situations.
- Equal Opportunity and Valuing Diversity Policy
- Discriminatory and Sexual Harassment Complaint Procedure
- Bullying Prevention and Management Procedure
- Staff Code of Conduct
- Student Grievance Policy
- Student Grievance Procedure
- Staff Grievance Policy
- Staff Grievance Procedure
- Child Safe Policy
- Family and Domestic Violence Policy
- Family and Domestic Violence Procedure