The Centre for Harassment Intervention (BIMH) serves the HEC Montréal community
March 18, 2019
The HEC Montréal community can now count on the Centre for Harassment Intervention (Bureau d’intervention en matière de harcèlement – BIMH) for help in addressing sexual harassment and sexual violence incidents.
The role of the BIMH is to prevent and respond to sexual harassment and sexual violence. Any member of the School community (students, faculty and staff) can use its services, with complete confidence and in the strictest confidentiality.
Speak up, speak out!
Are you experiencing or have you experienced a difficult situation?
Have you witnessed an incident?
Did someone confide in you about an incident?
Do you think someone has reported or filed a complaint about you?
To learn more about all the resources available, visit the harcelement.hec.ca website.
The School’s Policy to Prevent and Fight Sexual Violence Within the Whole of the HEC Montréal Community, which took effect on January 1, 2019, applies to everyone. It recognizes that it is important for the School to ensure that its students and employees (faculty, non-faculty and administration) can live, work and study in a safe and healthy environment.