Clare College Cambridge

Sexual Assault & Harassment

Breaking the Silence - preventing harrassment and sexual misconduct

For full details of the University's Breaking the Silence Campaign, including information on formal or annonymous reporting go

Support for those affected by harrassment and sexual misconduct

For information about sources of support go to:

This includes specialist support through the:

University's Sexual Assault and Harrassment Advisor (SAHA)

The SAHA is a specialist support worker who provides emotional and practical support to anyone who has been raped, sexually assaulted, or harassed, recently or in the past. They can support you whether this happened at University or not, and can help you to access other available support services. The SAHA can support you to explore your options for reporting what has happened and can support you through this process if you do choose to go ahead.  You do not have to report your experience to access support from the SAHA.

Alternatively, you can choose to seek support and advice within College through the Health & Wellbeing Centre or any other member of the Pastoral team. You can make an appointment with Helen or Esther from the Health & Wellbeing Centre here. Alternatively, if you would prefer to provide information about your experience prior to an appointment, you can fill out the Health & Wellbeing Centre Support and Advice Form

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