Equality Champions

Equality Champions are representative roles at RGU:Union where individuals who self-define into either a liberation group or group of underrepresented students on campus represent the issues they face.

Our team of champions take a lead on liberation campaigns, organising events, arranging fundraisers, and liaising with the university, Staff Equality Champions and the Union to ensure that we have a vibrant and diverse culture at RGU, which is safe and free from discrimination and prejudice. They do this through using the Student Partnership Agreement to structure their work.


Listening to your Feedback

School Officers are there to encourage constructive feedback, listen to your opinions and communicate this to the School, University or Union. They also attend school-wide meetings with the Head of School and even university committees!

Partnership in Action

This is where they negotiate, influence and work with the school to make enhancements based on your feedback. Working on their project is also a key part of partnership in action and where most of the school officer work will be. 

Impact of Partnership

Identifying, communicating and celebrating the enhancements made through your feedback and their project! This is really important, and it lets the rest of the students know what they have been doing and the difference student feedback has made.


How do I get involved?

Could you be a representative for minority groups? Could you fight for changes to be made at RGU? Could you make life better for the diverse community at RGU? The Equality Champions work with the university and union to represent the views of these key groups of students.


Voluntary opportunity
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