LSE Safe Contacts are members of LSE staff who have received enhanced sexual violence training and can offer a confidential 'signposting' service for staff and students who may be experiencing some form of harassment, sexual misconduct or sexual violence. Depending on circumstances, Safe Contact may also be able to offer advocacy, for example help with writing letters of support and accessing independent specialist support where required.
The Safe Contacts are all volunteers, who are committed to supporting LSE’s inclusive working, studying and social environment.
Safe Contacts are supported by the EDI Office who work with others across LSE to maintain this important resource.
To find out more about or be connected with a Safe Contact, please contact Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (firstname.lastname@example.org) in the first instance 020 7106 1229.
A Sexual Violence Support worker, from Rape Crisis South London, visits LSE once a month and is here if you would like a safe space to talk about any sexual violence you have experienced, or to find out about longer term support.
To book a confidential appointment, email the Equity, Diversity and Inclusion team on email@example.com.