Report + Support
We want Queen Mary to be the most inclusive university of its kind, anywhere.
If you or someone else have experienced bullying and harassment, hate incidents or gender-based violence, you can report it to Queen Mary.
All staff, students and visitors to our campus can access support information about specialist external services or make a report to the university to discuss options for support and possible action.
There are two ways in which you can report an incident, either anonymously or via a contact form - however you feel comfortable to do so. Should you need to report anything, please do so via this Report webpage. If are seeking support, take a look through the support pages to find details of specialist services.
Don't forget, if you need emergency help, please call emergency services on 999 immediately. For any non-emergencies, you can call 101.
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