A Google search on University Assault gets over 17 million results. Lots of questions but not many answers. Until now.
University assault is a worldwide problem and we note the frustration of students and parents when everything they do falls on deaf ears. Sometimes there is progress for awhile and it goes back and forth without any real pressure
But not any more. Here is the Human Rights organisation doing what it does best which is, in Australia, to work with all 38 Australian Universities, at the same time, and come up with one report to cover University Assault. But more importantly all universities are on board.. We love the hashtag #ChangeTheCourse.
Please note: We need to bring to your attention ARHC terms on how you use their material
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At the request of Australia’s 39 universities, the Australian Human Rights Commission has conducted a national, independent survey of university students to gain greater insight into the nature, prevalence and reporting of sexual assault and sexual harassment at Australian universities.
If you leave the website you can return by pressing the back page arrow on the top left of the pageLINK TO PDF COPY OF THE REPORT AUSTRALIAN HUMAN RIGHTS WEBLINK
The Report needs no comment from us other than THANKS AHRC for providing much detail on University Assault