A sexual harassment reporting unit
If you are confronted with a situation involving sexual harassment, if you have suffered from sexual, sexist or homophobic violence or if you are aware of a situation of this type experienced by a friend or colleague, feel free to request a meeting with members of the KEDGE BS Sexual Harassment Reporting Unit by writing to the following address: email@example.com
The members of the Sexual Harassment Reporting Unit are on hand to meet you, to listen to you and if necessary to refer you to specialised bodies, such as those providing psychological support, help with legal formalities or educational support, etc.
The Sexual Harassment Reporting Unit is not just a disciplinary body.
At the victim’s request, it will notify the relevant bodies of the facts in order to have protective measures introduced when required.
However, like anyone else, KEDGE BS is legally required to notify the relevant authorities of any crimes, the consequences of which could still be prevented or limited, or the perpetrators of which are liable to commit new felonies which could be prevented - Article 434-1 of the penal code.
A monitoring unit
The Sexual Harassment Reporting Unit passes information back to a Monitoring Unit comprised of:
- The General Management of KEDGE BS, represented by its Campus Managers
- The KEDGE BS Legal Department
- The Programmes Department
- Representatives of the other departments depending on the situation encountered: The Faculty Dean, the Human Resources director, Internships/Learning Manager, the Learning by Doing Department and the School’s student associations, the Community Manager, etc.
The Monitoring Unit works to prevent sexual harassment and sexist, sexual or homophobic violence by deciding on the measures to be taken to avoid any new inappropriate behaviour, and to protect the victims and the KEDGE BS community as a whole.
Persons displaying violent, discriminatory, sexist or homophobic behaviour may face disciplinary proceedings and/or criminal proceedings.