A community where all can flourish
Integral to the mission and success of Queen’s College is the development of a culture of respect—and the acknowledgement of our mutual responsibility for creating a harmonious and supportive community.
We are committed to the fair treatment and safety of all our students and staff. In recent years, we have worked to improve our processes, education, and practice, so as to raise awareness of the dangers of alcohol and to build an environment of trust to encourage students to come forward. Our processes are robust, we train our student leaders and every student entering the college on consent and bystander issues, train our staff at CASA, and provide a support system of peer- and staff-led support to empower survivors to speak out. We are deeply saddened by any reports of incidents and committed to doing all we can to do better to ensure the safety and wellbeing of all our community members and to encourage a culture of openness and trust. Queen’s strong tradition of student empowerment means that we hope all our students feel they will be heard.
Queen’s College has a Fair Treatment Coordinator, Dr Sally Dalton-Brown, and four Fair Treatment Contact Persons (see below) who provide support to staff and students and take appropriate action as required by our Fair Treatment Policy. Students also have access to external Fair Treatment consultants appointed by Colleges University of Melbourne, and students can also access the range of resources on the websites below.
Students can access the sexual assault crisis line (1800 806 292) as well as resources via the websites below:
Fair Treatment Coordinator
Dr Sally Dalton-Brown
Ph No: +61(0)3 9349 0751
Fair Treatment Contact Persons
Mr Jacob Workman
Ph No: +61(0)3 9349 0756
Ph No: +61(0)3 9349 0753