Contacts, Information and Statistics
We pay due regard to eliminating discrimination; advancing equality; and fostering good relations.
These requirements apply across all protected characteristics of age; disability; gender reassignment; pregnancy and maternity; race; religion and belief; sex and sexual orientation.
Information and guidance for current and prospective staff at RGU.
We provide information for students already studying with RGU or those contemplating taking up studies with us in the near future.
A summary of staff numbers and analysis of staff numbers by Age, Gender, Disability and Ethnicity.
Useful equality and diversity external organisations
The consultative forum for women who live or work in the city, established to ensure two way dialogue between the Council and the women in the city. Women – individuals and members of women's and community groups are invited to become members. AWA also welcome men who support the principles of the Aberdeen Women's Alliance
One of EHRC’s roles is to provide advice and guidance on rights, responsibilities and good practice, based on equality law and human rights.
Works to further and support equality and diversity for staff and students in higher education across all four nations of the UK, and in further education in Scotland. Have a browse through ECU's webpages to see some of the information and guidance and also some of the projects currently underway here in Scotland.
An autonomous voluntary organisation which brings together representatives from the statutory authorities (including Robert Gordon University), voluntary organisations and individuals who support the aims of GREC.
Zone Youth - LGBT group for under 26's in Aberdeen run by Terence Higgins Trust
BBC’s Interfaith Calendar with multifaith holy days and festivals, a year at a time.
A voluntary membership organisation
Local support in Aberdeen to help Trans People
Soroptimist International, which aims to end human trafficking and all forms of violence against women and girls, has launched its new Purple Teardrop campaign.
Find a society or find out how to start your own.
SAIF acts as an advisory body to the Scottish Government on issues relating to disabled people and their carers and their right to access information.
Mental health charity in Scotland.
Organisations that provide help and support.
Offers guidance to service providers and employers on transgender equality issues and good practice in Scotland.
Lesbian Gay and Bisexual careers guide
One of the first charities to be set up in response to the HIV epidemic.
These pages provide information for young people living in Aberdeen. Check out this section for a few ideas of things to do, how to get involved, how to get money off, and how to get busy in the city!