Discriminating or offensive behavior – where can I report it?
In the event of sexually offensive behavior, students and staff are referred to ITU’s Policy for Sexual Harassment for information regarding how to report the incident.
Any case of discrimination or offensive behavior based on gender, age, physical abilities, religion, sexual orientation, ethnicity or national origin that is not directly covered by the policy can be reported as well.
Students are encouraged to contact SAP (email@example.com or 72 18 52 40) to report incidents of misconduct or in other ways offensive and discriminating behavior by students or staff. ITU encourages individuals to report incidents as fast as possible. The reports from students are passed on to the Head of Studies. It is also possible to contact the Head of Studies, Aske Kammer (firstname.lastname@example.org or 72 18 50 38) directly if the student prefers so.
Incidents can be reported anonymously if necessary. All reports will be reviewed and investigated and will be handled appropriately under the circumstances. Inquiries about these types of cases can be made to the Head of Studies.
SAP and the Head of Studies are obliged to respect the confidentiality out of considerations for the individuals reporting.
It is important to note that certain forms and measures of positive discrimination are permitted and regulated within Danish law. When a group of people are unequivocally underrepresented in a certain activity or field, initiatives that can counteract the inequality are encouraged. It is in full compliance with this law that ITU organizes IT-camps for female high school students and similar events encouraging female participation.