King's College London aims to provide a positive and inclusive environment for all students and staff while they study and/or work at the university.
We're committed to ensuring our campuses are free from all forms of prejudice, discrimination, bullying, harassment sexual misconduct and hate crime.
Please visit our Dignity at King's webpages to learn more about:
- How we define bullying, harassment, sexual misconduct & hate crime
- Our policies & procedures for safeguarding and to ensure the dignity of our students & staff
At King's we also have The King's Community Charter: To achieve this ambition we want everyone in our community to flourish and to contribute to all aspects of university life. We all play a part in achieving this by creating a community where everyone feels a sense of belonging and safety. We want our community to be a place where everyone is treated fairly and with dignity and our differences are welcomed. Where inequality and discrimination are not tolerated and where we work to actively eliminate them.