Human Rights, Harassment and Bullying
The University of the Fraser Valley is committed to providing an environment supportive of working, teaching, scholarship and research, and the fair treatment of all members of the University community. The basis for interaction among all members of the University is mutual respect, co-operation, and understanding.
Harassment of any kind violates fundamental rights, personal worth, and human dignity. All members of the University community are entitled to an atmosphere free of harassment while pursuing university-related activities.
- Human Rights Code of BC
- Human Rights-Based Harassment
- Discrimination Defined
- Procedures For Filing a Complaint
- Why People Don't Bring Forward Complaints
Harassment and bullying
- Jurisdiction Of The Harassment Prevention Policy
- Harassment Defined
- Sexual Harassment
- What Is Not Harassment
- If You're Accused Of Harassment
- If You Suspect Harassment or Discrimination
- Consequences Of Harassment
- Personal, Harassment, Bullying & Uncivil Conduct
Contact Human Rights Advisor for additional information, or to schedule a confidential appointment.