#NeverOK

Resources for Student Victims of Discrimination

 

The Student Community Partnership (SCP) is aware that there are many students in our community that are experiencing some racist and discriminating behaviour since the outbreak of COVID-19 and the current Black Lives Matter protests. All the partner institutions of the SCP condemn this type of behaviour and are committed to raising awareness on how to address it.

We would like to reiterate to all students that discrimination of any type is #NeverOK. If you have experienced or witnessed anything which has made you feel uncomfortable both on or off campus, please do report this via the channels below. Following your report, the services you selected on the form will be in touch with you to confidentially provide advice and support and detail all your options to you. 

If you are a University of Bath student, you can directly report via the Report and Support form or you can directly contact the SU Advice and Support Centre and they will provide advice and support including identifying the other services that may be able to help you. They are working remotely Monday – Friday, 10:00 – 16:00 (excluding bank holidays). 

 If you are a Bath Spa University student, you can also use the following Report and Support tool to report directly. You can also email the University’s Student Wellbeing Team (studentwellbeing@bathspa.ac.uk) and the Student Union advice centre (su-advice@bathspa.ac.uk)   for further advice and support, as well direct reporting. Both teams are also working remotely Monday-Friday (Excluding Bank Holidays)

For Bath College Students, you can contact the Student Advice Centre. 

You may also wish to report through SARI, a local charity dedicated to Racism and Inequality.  

*Please note all of the above services are working remotely and can correspond with you over email, video and audio online calls, therefore you can contact us from anywhere in the world and we will advise you as best we can, though you may need to research local services also.