Gender Equity Education Act
The Gender Equity Education Act was promulgated for the purpose of creating safe campuses on which gender equity is enjoyed.
- Faculty rights: As the university is a workplace, instructors should prohibit discrimination and create friendly working environments.
- Faculty responsibilities: Instructors should uphold students’ right to receive an education so as to ensure that students do not suffer different treatment when enrolling or pursuing their studies due to their gender or sexual orientation. Instructors should also extend assistance proactively to students who are disadvantaged due to their gender or sexual orientation and should protect the right to receive an education of pregnant students.
- Gender Equity Education Act
- Regulations on the Prevention of Sexual Assault, Sexual Harassment, and Sexual Bullying on Campus
- NTU Regulations on the Prevention of Sexual Assault, Sexual Harassment, and Sexual Bullying on Campus
- Sexual Harassment Prevention Act
- NTU Sexual Harassment Prevention Guidelines
- Act of Gender Equity in Employment
- NTU Guidelines for Handling Cases of Workplace Gender Discrimination
If a student tells you…
If a classmate tells you that he or she
has been a victim of a sexually based offense (sexual harassment, gender discrimination, violation of sexual autonomy, sexual bullying), please report this to the Gender Equity Education Committee within 24 hours (report to the Student Safety Center during nighttime and weekends). Support your classmates and keep the incident confidential.
Department / Gender Equity Education Committee
Contact / (02) 3366-9607
Website / Visit the Gender Equity Education Committee website for more information.