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**Content note: discussion of sexual violence and assault

The Students’ Union has a zero tolerance stance to any kind of sexual harassment, and will do everything we can to support students affected by sexual violence.

If you have experienced sexual violence, it is your choice whether you want to take any further action and there is lots of support available to you. If you would like to receive support from UCL, you can contact the Student Support and Wellbeing team to schedule an appointment. They can also help arrange for you to see a Rape Crisis adviser if you choose.

If you would like to report an incident involving another UCL student or staff member, you can use UCL’s Report + Support tool. If you have any questions about this process, or would just like to speak to someone about your situation, our Advice Service is always on hand to listen and support you.  You can book an appointment with the Advice Service using our contact form.

If you would like to seek external support, you can contact the following organisations.

Rape Crisis

Rape Crisis provides specialist emotional support to women and girls who have experienced sexual violence. You can search for your local Rape Crisis centre on their website, or call their national telephone helpline.

Rape Crisis Website

The Havens

The Havens are specialist centres in London offering both medical and emotional support to people who have been raped or sexually assaulted.

The Havens Website

The Survivors Trust

The Survivors Trust has 120 member organisations which provide specialist support to women, men and children who have survived rape or sexual violence. Visit their website to find support in your area.

The Survivors Trust Website

SurvivorsUK

SurvivorsUK offers Information, support and counselling for men and boys who have been raped or sexually abused. They also operate a confidential helpline and web chat service.

SurvivorsUK Website

Galop

Galop provides confidential and independent advice and support for LGBT+ people who have experienced sexual assault, abuse or violence. They provide a welcome, inclusive and safe space to talk, whatever your sexual orientation or gender identity.

Galop Website

Suzy Lamplugh Trust

The Suzy Lamplugh Trust runs a helpline for people in need of support and advice about stalking. They also have a ‘Am I Being Stalked?’ online tool to assist with information on local services and methods of reporting.

Suzy Lamplugh Website