Exclusive: report by Australian Human Rights Centre sets out pathway for universities to develop better responses to sexual assault and harassment

University responses to reports of sexual assault and harassment on their campuses have been “ad hoc,” reactive, and designed without meaningful engagement with students and survivors, a report by the Australian Human Rights Centre.

The report, provided to Guardian Australia ahead of its release on Thursday, said that students and survivors must be at the centre of policies around sexual assault if those policies are to have any impact.

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