KMC Anti-Harassment Committee
Khyber Medical College has Zero Tolerance for Harasment
These actions can be considered as sexual harassment:
Comments about another person’s body
Obscene phone call
Tales of sexual exploitation
Pressure for dates
Sexually explicit gestures
Telling sexiest jokes
Unwelcome touching and hugging
Sexual sneak attacks
Soliciting sexual services
You may be a victim of sexual harassment if you receive:
Dirty or indecent remarks
Suggestive remarks about the way you look
Questions about your sex life
Unwanted physical contact
Unwanted offensive jokes
Glimpses of sexually suggestive pictures
Offer of favors for sexual payment
At risk behavior with the student
Certain action with the student invite risk and send the wrong message.
Be alone with a student.
Hug a student.
Rub a student neck or back.
E-mail a student with overtly friendly massages.
Share sexually oriented jokes with the student.
Excessively compliment a student especially regarding the student’s appearance.
Allow a student to flirt with you or to be provocative towards you.
Return flirting or provocative behavior.
What you should do??
If you are being sexually harassed:
Ask the person harassing you to stop.
Tell some one in authority in the educational institute about the situation.
If the situation does not stop go to the in-charge sexual harassment committee.
If you know about a student who is sexually harassed:
Listen without judgment.
Advise the student to tell the offending person to stop.
Report the student to the committee immediately.
The worst thing about sexual harassment is to do
NOTHING AT ALL
Committee for Protection of Women against Harassment at the Workplace:
Prof. Dr. Saima Gilani,
Gynecology Unit, KTH
Prof. Dr. Ghulam Shabbier,
Medical Unit, KTH
Prof. Dr. Mushtaq Ahmad Marwat,
Pharmacology Deptt, KMC