For all Stylos members, there are two confidential counsellors within the association. They are an accessible point of contact for undesirable behaviour, which includes:

  • (sexual) intimidation
  • discrimination;
  • aggression and violence
  • threats;
  • bullying;
  • gossip;
  • work pressure (within the association).

Please contact one of our confidential counsellors if you experience or see any of the above. You can tell your story to the confidential counsellors, look for solutions together or seek professional help. The confidential counsellors have a duty of confidentiality, and therefore do not share personal information with anyone, also not with the current board. The confidential counsellors within our association are:

There are confidential advisers within TU Delft who can help you with complaints and support. More about this can be found on this site.

If you have any questions about the structure or organisation of the confidential counsellors within Stylos, please contact Bodil Bary (Commisioner of Education & Well-being).