Trust Contact Person

Trust Contact Person

The Trust Contact Person is a person within Sigma, to which members can tell confidential matters. These matters can be complaints, like dysfunctioning committee/board members, or personal topics. If there is ever something you want to talk about, do not hesitate to email your issue to the confidant . Your email will be directed to the confidants inbox only and the confidant will never share information with other people without approval. 


This academic year we have two Trust Contact Persons

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Dominik Napolski is the first Trust Contact Person. He was already confidant last year, and is therefore the most experienced of our confidants. You can reach him by sending an e-mail to sigmaconfidant@science.ru.nl

Nia Hudson is the second Trust Contact Person. You can contact her if you feel more comfortable with her, or feel she is more able to help you. You can reach her by sending an e-mail to sigmaconfidant2@science.ru.nl

Confidential Adviser

If you would rather talk to someone from the university, you can contact one of the confidential advisers of the Radboud University. The confidential adviser offers a sympathetic ear and is independent. The confidential adviser will take a constructive approach and will help you to find a solution that will put an end to the undesirable behaviour. One of the ways in which a confidential adviser can help is to initiate a discussion with the perpetrator. However, at your request, the confidential advisor can also engage a mediator for you or help you to lodge a complaint with the independent Complaints Committee. Do you have a question or would you like to report inappropriate behaviour? Simply send a short message to our hotline via vertrouwenspersonen@ru.nl. You will receive a confirmation the same day and an appointment request for a short telephone intake. You will then be contacted by one of our confidential advisers within two working days. Your question or complaint will always be handled with the utmost confidentiality