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ANU students invited to take part in the Respect. Now. Always national university survey

ANU students invited to complete national survey

5 October 2016

It is Australia's first comprehensive national prevalence survey on university student experiences of sexual assault and sexual harassment.

From Monday 19 September, 3,000 students at ANU will be randomly selected and asked via email to fill out the survey from Universities Australia and the Australian Human Rights Commission.

ANU Vice-Chancellor Professor Brian Schmidt AC encouraged students to participate in the nation-wide survey.

"On behalf of the university I want to make it clear sexual assault and sexual harassment are not acceptable," he said.

"I encourage anyone who is not selected to participate in the survey to make a submission.

"The survey will provide us with data to help improve our policies, procedures and support services."

Selected participants will be given a confidential link to fill out the survey, which should take around 10-12 minutes to complete.

Any student not selected in this sample can also make an anonymous submission online via the Australian Human Rights Commission's websitehumanrights.gov.au/universitysubmissions.

All survey responses will be anonymous, and will inform a final report by the Australian Human Rights Commission.  

If you feel distress at any time during or after participating in this survey, support is available by calling 1800 RESPECT, Lifeline Canberra 13 11 14 (24 hours) or ANU Counselling above the Health Service on North Road (near the Coffee Grounds Café) on 6125 2442.

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