Australian Universities have commissioned and funded the next National Student Safety Survey to run in September 2021. Like the previous survey, it will collect data on the scale and nature of university student experiences of sexual assault and sexual harassment. The survey has already been piloted at the Australian National University and Charles Sturt University during March and April 2021.
Changing unacceptable attitudes and addressing the drivers of sexual violence right across societies is complex work and takes sustained effort. USQ, as a place of higher learning and research is proud to use our position to promote gender quality and prevent violence and is committed to doing better in addressing sexual harassment and assault.
Our commitment to the USQ community
We know that reporting an incident or seeking support can be hard to find and navigate. Making this easier to one of our top priorities.
We are streamlining our policies and procedures to ensure clarity and easy understanding of how USQ handles incidents of sexual assault and harassment.
We want to hear from survivors of sexual assault and harassment about what USQ can do better. If you want to give feedback contact firstname.lastname@example.org
View Frequently Asked Questions about the National Student Safety Survey.