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EMERGENCY STANDBY NUMBER
Our standby support number is 0723937824 or 0216503530. Survivors may also use the online reporting tool http://www.casereporting.uct.ac.za
Gender Based Violence
In GBV cases, we inform students of their options and refer the cases to formal processes (internal or external to UCT) or we provide informal restorative justice processes and related interventions. Email director.oic@uct.ac.za or call 0723937824
DVC DESK
During the 2020 period, the OIC operations are being provided via virtual platforms such as Microsoft teams; Skype for Business and Zoom call for students and staff. All landlines have been forwarded to staff cell phones and will be answered during...
Transformation Praxis in Higher Education Webinar
We present you a Webinar by Ilse Olckers on 5 May 13h00 to 14h30 on Transformation Praxis in Higher Education - Institutional Cultures as Living Curricula
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Disability Services

Disability Service

Removing physical, policy, information and attitudinal barriers that prevent disabled members of UCT from fulfilling their potential.

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Survivor Support

Survivor Support

Support for survivors of rape, sexual assault, sexual harassment and all forms of discrimination and marginalisation.

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Report rape, sexual assault and/or discrimination online

Relations Strategist

Relations Strategist

Providing services including case management advice and support to respondents, mediation services, training and awareness raising. 

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Curriculum

Curriculum

Working with course convenors to develop and implement curricula that improve the personal and professional development of students. 

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Cultural Change

Cultural Change

Recognising the institutional role of ensuring equal access to administrative, academic and support services for all students and staff. 

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Prevention & Education

Prevention & Education

Facilitating important interactions with students that contribute towards building inclusion at the University of Cape Town. 

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