Faculty of Medicine and Health Freedom to Speak up Guardians

If you are an undergraduate or postgraduate student in the School of Dentistry, Healthcare, Psychology or Medicine you can contact the Freedom to Speak Up Guardians, to discuss anything in relation to the University or your placements.

The Guardians can offer support if you’re not sure who to speak to about an issue, or what the right option for you is. 

Freedom to Speak Up Guardians

You can contact the Freedom to Speak Up Guardians, Robina Mir or Farhana Mulla, to: 

  • Speak about any issue that concerns you big or small, including any form of discrimination (such as racism, sexual harassment), bullying or anything that could be improved. 
  • Discuss your experiences in a confidential, safe and impartial space.  
  • Explore options and make an informed decision about the next steps. 
  • Share your suggestions and help influence change for all students. 
  • Receive feedback from your Guardian who will work to ensure your concerns are listened to and followed up.

Guardians sitting and smiling


Contact the Freedom to Speak Up Guardians

Robina Mir

Farhana Mulla

Please be aware that emails sent to medfsug@leeds.ac.uk are viewed by Robina and Farhana and no other staff member has access to the emails received. This inbox is not monitored daily, and Robina and Farhana will respond to you as soon as they can.

If you wish to contact either Robina or Farhana individually, please send a text message. SMS inboxes are not monitored daily, however, Robina or Farhana will respond to you as soon as they can.