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【Video】University-wide Harassment Prevention Inservice Training 2017/2019
Videos of the Harassment Counseling Center (HCC)’s university-wide inservice training are available on UTokyo. TV. By watching these videos, viewers are expected to gain basic knowledge about harassment, effective harassment handling strategies and the University’s Harassment Prevention Systems, etc.
【The intended audience is University members with UTokyo Accounts ONLY.】
■ University-wide Harassment Prevention Inservice Training 2017
(Japanese ONLY, with sign language interpretation)【Approx. 40mins.】
■ What is harassment?
■ Various types of harassment
■ Background causes of harassment
■ Harassment prevention: Through everyday interaction and communication
■ If you are troubled by harassment: Harassment Prevention Systems and counseling services at the University of Tokyo
■ University-wide Harassment Prevention Inservice Training 2019
(Japanese ONLY, with subtitles)【Approx. 40mins.】
■ Recent court cases
■ Harassment and law
■ Background and prevention of harassment
■ Understanding of Organizations, Individuals, and Diversity
■ Introduction of Harassment Counseling Center
＊ Access to these video contents are limited to internal/on-campus use ONLY.
＊ Click the video you would like to watch and log in with your UTokyo Account.
＊ Please note that some parts (e.g., exercises, Q & A’s, etc.) have been edited out of the video.
＜To the designated Harassment Prevention Personnel in every department＞
Internet access is the only system requirement for these videos. As they may prove to be a time-saving, yet effective learning tool, we encourage you to utilize these videos to assist members of your department in moving toward a campus resilient to harassment and
E-learning for Sexual Harassment Prevention
Training, Workshop & Guidance of Harassment Prevention
The Harassment Counseling Center (HCC)’s Harassment Prevention Basic Lecture is
available on UTokyo TV. By watching this video, viewers are expected to gain/renew
knowledge and information useful for pursuing their career as a member of the University.
Please note that access to the video contents are limited to internal/on-campus use only.
All UTokyo faculty and staff are welcome to utilize this video for self-development. Since
the basic knowledge on harassment prevention is conveniently summarized in a 15-minute
lecture, it may be an ideal training material for newly-appointed faculty and staff.
【UTokyo Faculty & Staff Only】
◼Harassment Prevention Basic Lecture (Japanese, with sign language interpretation)
▼Click HERE for the video's text in english.
【E-learning】Education for Next Generation Researchers: Questions for PIs
The Committee for Gender Equality, established by the Faculty and the School of
Engineering at the University of Tokyo, has created a questions for principal
investigators, or professors who share similar management responsibilities for their
laboratories and/or various research projects. This questions is aimed toward
cultivating PIs’ critical thinking skills and deepening their understanding of education
for future generation researchers.
Please note that your attitude revolving around gender roles and life-work priorities
may greatly affect your professional setting. With this in mind, we encourage you to
use this questions as a tool to keep your unconscious biases always in check. We
hope these thought-provoking questions will be useful for successful management of
your research environment, where its young members’ safety, productivity and
life-work balances are respected.
【UTokyo Account Users Only】
Click the banner below to start the questions.
※Your answers will remain anonymous.
For more information about the Committee for Gender Equality within
the Faculty and the School of Engineering at the University of Tokyo, click .
On Requesting Harassment Prevention Inservice Training
Please be aware that the HCC is currently facing a large influx of new cases.
In order to avoid negative effects on counseling and other duties, please note that there may be inservice training requests, guidance lectures, etc. that the HCC will be unable to fulfill.
We apologize for any inconveniences caused by our current business situation.
We kindly request your understanding and cooperation.
Please consider utilizing the online resources and materials listed below to further your knowledge of harassment prevention.
Despite this circumstance, if you specifically wish to provide a live (whether online/in-person) training session by a harassment counselor, please complete the Harassment Prevention Training Request Form below and upload it to our web folder. We will discuss the available possibilities for conducting training, and follow up with you regarding any necessary arrangements.
Upon requesting training
＊To allow enough time to discuss details and make necessary arrangements,
please send us your Training Request Form at least 1 month before your
intended training date.
＊Please note that it may sometimes be difficult to fulfill all of your requests
and preferences regarding training contents, structure or medium, etc.
＊If you are unable to use the University’s File Transfer Service (Proself Ver.3),
please send your form to the HCC Inservice Training Team as an email
For further information or inquiries,please email us at the HCC Inservice Training Team.
Notification Poster to find the Designated Harassment Prevention Personnel
As a part of the University’s Harassment Prevention Systems, it is required to designate two or more faculty/staff members to be in charge of harassment prevention in each department. The duties of the Harassment Prevention Personnel are clearly defined in “The University of Tokyo Harassment Prevention Personnel Designation Guidelines” and include, but are not limited to:
● Organizing and implementing educational/awareness-raising activities such as harassment prevention seminars
● Providing information about the Harassment Counseling Center to department members
It often seems to be the case that very few University members are aware/informed regarding the availability of Harassment Prevention Personnel and related resources. We hope that this notification poster will make it easier for University members to identify their go-to persons should difficulties arise.
↓ Click on the image below to download this document in Word format.
Usage of the images in this document is intended ONLY for identifying/notifying the designated Harassment Prevention Personnel in the University. Modification and/or redistribution of the images in any form is prohibited.
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