You may submit anonymous disclosures of sexual harassment or other sexual misconduct to the Office for Gender Equity (OGE) by using the Resource for Online Anonymous Disclosures (ROAD). Through the ROAD, you can let us know of a concern, communicate with a member of OGE, and access resources without revealing your identity.
FAQs About The ROAD
What does it mean to submit a disclosure? How is it different from filing a formal complaint?
What type of situations should I disclose?
Can I disclose incidents of sexual harassment or other sexual misconduct that I am aware of, but am not directly impacted by?
How do I know my identity will be kept anonymous?
The ROAD is hosted by a third-party vendor who is contractually committed not to pursue your identity and will not generate or maintain any internal connection logs with IP addresses. No information linking your identity to this form is available to either Harvard University or the third-party vendor.
If you feel uncomfortable submitting a disclosure on a device connected to the Harvard University network, you have the option of using a device that is connected to another network (such as the network at your home, an Internet café, a friend’s house, etc.).