Management of Speakers Protocol

The University and the Students’ Union both support a diverse range of events, clubs and societies at RGU. Both recognise that they have a responsibility to organise events in such a way as to avoid, so far as is reasonably practicable,  staff, students or others being subject to intimidation, coercion, victimisation or harassment.

The purpose of this protocol is to enable events, which have speakers, to be organised and proceed with minimum administrative burden but also with appropriate, proportionate due diligence given to the purpose of the event on the campus and the speakers involved.

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