Preventing sexual harassment

KEDGE is committed to combating sexual harassment or sexist, sexual and homophobic violence, and has introduced a system for reporting and dealing with these situations.

As members of the KEDGE community, 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 sexual harassment reporting unit by writing to the following address:

What do we mean when we talk about sexual harassment and sexual, sexist or homophobic violence?

KEDGE Tackles harassment and punishes perpetrators

The themes of diversity, well-being and the health of members of the KEDGE BS community are central to our school’s values and philosophy.

KEDGE says no

Situations involving sexual harassment, sexual aggression, discriminatory, sexist or homophobic behaviour also exist in higher education and research establishments.

KEDGE insists on consent

Where sexual consent is concerned, the old saying “silence means consent” doesn’t apply: if it’s not a clear and obvious YES, then it’s NO.

KEDGE listens and reports

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.

Resources and contacts

Resources and contacts: Bordeaux, Marseille, Toulon and multi-campus

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