The University and Bucks 学生们’ Union believe that everyone has the right to work, live and study in a safe and supportive environment that is free from harassment and fosters inclusivity and respect.
We are working to empower students to prevent, respond, support and speak up in cases of hate crime, prejudice incidents and online harassment.
仇恨/偏见事件 are acts directed at people or property, that are not illegal, but which are perceived, by the victim or 任何 other person, to be motivated by prejudice or hostility based on the five bullets listed above.
The following types of behaviour if combined with a perceived prejudice in respect of a person's sex, racial heritage, religion, disability or sexual orientation could amount to a hate crime:
Anyone can become a victim, no matter who they are, how old they are, their gender, their race, their sexual orientation, class, social standing, religion or background.
Getting support for hate crime or prejudice incidents, whether recent or historical, can be really daunting. At Bucks, we realise it is very important for victims to be given their own choices when deciding on support options.
If you think you have been a victim of a crime or prejudice incident, it may be hard to know what to do or how to feel. Remember that what happened was not your fault. What you do next, however, is your choice.
如果可能的话，尝试找个地方你觉得安全。如果这是不可能的，你是在校园里，你可以在01494 605 070叫保安。