Mediacja i polityka antymobbingowa na uniwersytecie brytyjskim

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Mediacja i polityka antymobbingowa na uniwersytecie brytyjskim – University of Leeds

Code of practice on harassment and bullying

The University of Leeds regards harassment and bullying as unacceptable and is committed to their elimination. The University believes that all employees and students have a right to be treated with dignity and respect. Acts of harassment or bullying may be dealt with under the University’s disciplinary procedures, and may be classified as gross misconduct should a case prove to be sufficiently serious….


The University’s approach to complaints is to attempt to resolve them as quickly and informally as possible and at the level at which they occur. The informal procedure set out below reflects this approach, while the formal stage consists of recourse either to the Student Complaints Procedure or to the University’s formal staff grievance procedures set out in Statue VII of the University’s constitution or in the Support Staff Procedure Agreement. (If they consider the matter to be sufficiently serious, however, staff raising allegations of this nature may opt to bypass the informal procedure and lodge a complaint under the University’s formal grievance procedures.)

7.1 If an individual thinks that he/she is being subjected to harassment, bullying or discrimination in any form, they should not feel that it is their fault or that they have to tolerate it without question.

7.2 In the first instance, the individual should consider how best to deal with the situation and might seek advice from the following people:

For students

  • the Welfare Officer, Equality and Diversity Officer or Student Advice Centre of Leeds University Union

For staff

  • a supervisor, head of department or head of school

  • an appropriate Union representative

  • a Human Resources Manager

  • the University’s Mediation Service


8.1 Mediation allows two or more people to work through conflict or disagreement with a view to improving their working relationship. Mediators are provided to help staff to honestly discuss the situation and come up with a way forward that is acceptable to the parties. Mediation focuses on the future and rebuilding relationships rather than apportioning blame. It gives participants an opportunity to step back and consider how the situation can be put right, looking at their own actions as well as those of the other party.

8.2 Further details on the Mediation Service can be found on the web at

Mediation service for staff

If you are experiencing a conflict with a colleague or colleagues, the University’s mediation service can help you communicate and work towards a solution.

It is an impartial service and it is up to you whether or not you choose to try mediation. The process focuses on the future and on rebuilding relationships, rather than blame.

Our mediation service is free and available to all staff. It gives you the opportunity to step back and consider how a difficult situation can be put right, looking at your own actions as well as those of other people.  The starting point will generally be for you to arrange to meet with people from the mediation service on your own to discuss your situation and decide how to proceed.

For more detail on what the service can do for you, visit the mediation service’s website.


University of Birmingham – University Mediation Service

The University Mediation Service can help you to work through workplace conflict and disagreement through coaching, mediation, facilitation and other communicative processes.

The University of Birmingham has a team of nationally accredited, neutral mediators who can help people or groups in disputes to work towards a sustainable, future orientated agreement that will allow them to work in a positive environment.


Komentarze 3

  1. WRONGFUL DISMISSAL SUBJECTED TO PROSECUTION (disregard for the prosecution process)
    The real value of democracy is determined by quality of judicial systems (all decisions/sentences decide about it). Judicature is a protective agent for democratic values. Law must serve justice, but no troublemakers. One of my open letters about the Adam Mickiewicz University offenders has been published (Copyright © 2005-2008 PiS) in the Commentaries of the Polish political party PiS (Law & Justice): On that occasion, I have tried to show the real face of Polish democracy. I do hope my commentary will help to built right democracy (correct, true, accurate, suitable, and morally correct) in Poland. It is up to me if the afore-mentioned commentary (translation) will also appear in foreign newspapers (almost all judicial documents – the established exhibits concerning the scientific crime – are in the NY Times data base; last names of offenders included in the open letters). Politicians only talk a lot about justice but lawlessness is in evidence everywhere as it follows from the documents already provided for a great deal of prestigious newspapers, mostly American and European, as a subject to editing and condensation. All functionaries-public are particularly protected by the Polish Constitution and the Penal Code, but their responsibility is also much higher with respect to the others. Unfortunately, procurators and judges protect other functionaries-public by definition of Art. 115 § 13 KK (Penal Code).

  2. J’ai l’intention de vous donner part que je suis encore en procès avec l’Université d’Adam Mickiewicz à Poznań ( trois procèss à titre d’indemnité, action pénale et rétablissement dans un tribunal du travail. Je tâcherai de faire tout mon possible pour les gagner (stagnation à présent), mais quelqu’un doit rendre public la vérité vraie (, la page u103345 sur le site Web) pour reviser un procès (les tribunaux de première instance basés sur des fausses dépositions en justice; en premier lieu, il faut punir tous les faux témoins). Le 13 avril 2010, j’ai aussi déposé une plaine contre l’université, en tant que la victime de discriminations, au Porte-Parole de Droits Civiques à Varsovie ( Pourtant cette institution est affaiblie par la mort violente de Monsieur le Docteur Kochanowski dans l’accident d’avion (

  3. Les droits de l’homme, garantis par la Convention européenne, sont enfreints par des fonctionnaires, en particulier, des libertés et droits civils dans de la déclaration universelle (surtout l’art. 3). Selon l’article 73 de la Constitution polonaise, le droit à la liberté de l’instruction, la recherche scientifique (la création) et de publier des résultats est transgressé (l’Appel du 25 juin 2007 pour être dédommagé dans un Tribunal de District à Poznań,; la Demande des poursuites pénales du 16 janvier 2007, en vertu du Code de procédure pénale de l’article 12, au procureur basé à Poznań-Grunwald). Les autres violations flagrantes de la constitution et du code pénal concernent la criminalité dans l’enseignement supérieur. L’article n° 32 prohibe tous les types de discriminations. Néanmoins la démocratie polonaise a encore des gros problèmes à établir un ordre constitutionnel. C’est aussi scandaleux que la Pologne soit un signataire de la Charte européenne et sociale de 1961 et le Pacte international relatif aux droits économiques, sociaux et culturels (1966). Cette affaire n’a pas seulement une dimension locale.


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