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Hands Off




Sexual harassment and violence on campus have been an ongoing issue, and Hands Off are working with the School to improve the process of reporting sexual misconduct, alongside hosting discussions and workshops.



  • Create a response to sexual misconduct based on care and proactivity

  • Hiring a Sexual Violence Advisor for students

  • Improving the provision of information for students considering reporting and/or disclosing

  • Safe Contacts in every department

  • Training for all decision-makers in sexual misconduct cases

  • Open up the conversation around sexual violence



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Anti-Harrassment Officer, Laura Boland - If you need support/guidance on what next steps you can take after experiencing sexual violence 

Report It Stop It - To report sexual violence, bullying and/or harassment to LSE

Safe contacts - Safe Contacts Sexual Violence 

Sexual Violence Support Worker - Free, confidential and independent support for anyone who has survived any kind of sexual violence, at any point in their lives.

Consent Collective & the LSE - access consent collective material

Disability and Well-being service

NGOs and other forms of support:

Rape crisis - services by women, for women and girls

Survivors UK - services for male and non-binary survivors

National Domestic Abuse Helpline 

Galop - Hate Crime, Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence support services for LGBTQ+ survivors / victims



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Societies and Sports Clubs who support the changes we are trying to make at LSE, we would like to ask you to give your endorsement for our campaign. Find out more about what it means to endorse using the buttons below. The more support we have, the easier it is for us to make LSE a place truly led by students.

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