Equality and Diversity

RGU:Union is here to represent you, and we have a group of elected Presidents, Vice-Presidents and Equality Champions who can help you to sort any issues with diversity that you may face, and who strive to ensure that every student is treated fairly and equally.

We try and ensure there is additional support for all under-represented areas of the student body. This includes distance learning students, LGBT+ students, mature students and students with disabilities. We are also committed to gender equality, and fighting racism and discrimination.

We’re always happy for you to visit us and discuss any issues you are facing, and we’d love to hear your suggestions to support our campaign of encouraging diversity across the campus.

Useful Contacts

RGU:Union's Equality Champions

RGU's Equality and Diversity Champions

Grampian Regional Equality Council

National Union of Students (NUS) liberation campaigns

Staff and volunteers of MindLine Somerset & MindLine Bristol, established providers of mental health helplines, operate a specific Transgender/Non-binary helpline for the whole of the UK, in addition to their existing Mindline services:

www.bristolmind.org.uk/mindline-transplus

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