Advice and Support
There are various sources of advice and support available if you wish to talk before, during or after reporting, both within and without UCC.
- UCC EDI Unit - The EDI Unit is happy to advise students and staff on equality-related issues.
- UCC's Duty of Respect and Right to Dignity at Work Policy provides information on recourse for staff who experience harassment and bullying in the workplace as well as setting out parameters for colegial behaviour, and
- the Student Rules sets out expectations for students with regard to how they should be treated, as well as their own behaviour towards the staff and their fellow students.
- Students and Staff seeking to make a formal complaint about an equality-related issue have a range of supports, which include (as relevant):
Other Supports for Students
- First Year Experience Co-Ordinator
- First Year Student Peer Support
- Student Counselling and Development
- Student Health Centre
- Student Union Welfare Officer - firstname.lastname@example.org
- UCC Niteline Listening service Mon-Thurs 9pm-1am - Call 1800 32 32 42 or Chat
- UCC Crisis Text Line - Text UCC to 50808 How 50808 Works — 50808 - Text About It (text50808.ie)
Other Supports for Staff
- UCC Human Resources Business Manager (relevant to your University Area)
- Employee Assistance Programme
- Irish Federation of University Teachers (IFUT, UCC) - Email email@example.com
- Services Industrial Professional and Technical Union (SIPTU, UCC) - Email firstname.lastname@example.org
- UCC Researcher Staff
- UCC LGBT+ Staff Network
Report an incident
Anonymously report an incident using Speak Out by selecting "Make a Report", below. (If you would like to preview the questions asked in the report, you can click through the questions on the tool but please do not click submit unless you wish to go ahead and report an incident.)
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