Due to Covid-19, Report + Support activities will be conducted through online channels. If you are in immediate danger or are seriously injured, please call 999 (or 112 from a mobile). For non-emergency calls, dial 101. 

Answers to questions relating to Coronavirus (COVID-19) can be found on the University‚Äôs dedicated webpages: https://www.dur.ac.uk/coronavirus/. Further wellbeing resources and advice (for students) can be found here: https://studentspace.org.uk/ 
Please note that any individual who discloses an incident of bullying, harassment or sexual misconduct and violence will not be subject to disciplinary action by the University if they have engaged in behaviour in violation of the social distancing and public health measures taken in response to the COVID-19 pandemic at the time of the incident or events leading up to the incident. 

The Centre for Hate Studies at University of Leicester has developed a series of digital training modules to support better understanding and responses to hate crimes. Below are some of the trainings that can be accessed here

Please note that registering for an account will provide you with free access to the suite of modules. 

Supporting Victims of Hate Crime 

This training will: 
  • Develop your knowledge of the nature and extent of hate crime
  • Enhance your understanding of the emotional, physical and health impacts of hate crime
  • Provide you with the tools you need to support hate crime victims more effectively

Hate Crime in Higher Education 

This training will: 
  • Develop your knowledge of how hate, hostility and harassment affect students within higher education
  • Enable you to help universities tackle these issues more effectively
  • Provide you with the information to support students and staff who are affected by hate crime

Hate Crime on Public Transport 

This training will: 
  • Enhance your awareness of the types of incidents that can impact victims on public transport
  • Develop your understanding of which groups are particularly susceptible to being targeted on public transport
  • Improve your confidence in managing such incidents and supporting the victim 


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