To promote gender equality and build a safe and harmonious campus, when faculty, staff, or janitors of the University become aware of a possible incident of sexual assault, sexual harassment, or sexual bullying on campus, he/she is obliged to notify the University within 24 hours in accordance with Paragraph 1 of Article 21 of Gender Equity Education Act. Violators would be fined from NTD 30,000 to NTD 150,000 based on Article 36 of Gender Equity Education Act. Thus, you shall report the following suspected incidents to Gender Equity Education Committee or Campus Security Center.
A. Sexual assault: any sexual offense defined by the Sexual Assault Crime Prevention Act.
B. Sexual harassment: cases described by the following and do not constitute as sexual assault.
a) Unwelcome remarks or conduct that carry explicitly or implicitly a sexual or gender discriminating connotation and thereby adversely affect the others’ dignity, or the opportunity or performance of the others’ learning or work.
b) Using sex or gender-related behavior as a condition for themselves or others to obtain, lose, or undermine their right to learn or work.
C. Sexual bullying: refers to when someone ridicules, attacks, or threatens others based on their gender traits, gender characteristics, sexual orientation, or gender identity, using verbal, physical, or other forms of violence, and that conduct is not categorized as sexual harassment.
Attachment A: Gender Equity Education Act
Attachment B: Report Form for Taipei Medical University Campus Sexual Assault, Sexual Harassment, and Sexual Bullying Incident
|Gender Equity Education Committee||Campus Security Center|
|Contact Person||Emma Lai||Cheng-Ho Huang|
If you have any further queries, please do not hesitate to contact Gender Equity Education Committee.
TMU Gender Equity Education Committee