Frequently Asked Questions

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1. What is sexual harassment?

There are two forms of sexual harassment. The first is any unwelcome sexual behaviour or conduct which is offensive, humiliating or intimidating. The second form can be an environment where there are actions, languages or pictures of a sexual nature that make it hard for you to do your work or studies. This is called "a sexually hostile environment".

2. What types of behaviour could amount to sexual harassment?
3. Does there have to be more than one incident for it to be considered sexual harassment?
4. Does it have to be intentional for it to be sexual harassment?
5. Is it possible for a person to be sexually harassed by someone of his/her gender?
6. Is there a time limit for lodging a complaint?
7. How can one lodge a complaint?
8. What information does one need to provide in the letter of complaint?
9. Will what one says to the investigation team be kept confidential?
10. What can one do if one is badly treated for initiating or participating in the conciliation or complaint investigation processes?

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