RGU staff and students attend Grampian Pride

Pride at RGU

Every year we celebrate Pride to empower the LGBTQIA+ community at RGU.

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Pride is celebrated every year in June to honour the 1969 Stonewall riots and the work that has been done since then to try to achieve equal rights and opportunities for members of the LGBTQIA+ community. It is also a month of festivities with events, such as parades, being held around the world to celebrate love and identity in all their forms.

At RGU, we mark Pride Month by giving a voice to our community members, raising awareness, and supporting the annual Grampian Pride March.


Events

Join us at the Grampian Pride March and LGBTQIA+ events for Pride Month 2024!

Glory Cabaret organisers

22 June 2024

Look Again at Gray’s School of Art is organising a cabaret in partnership with Aberdeen Performing Arts, RGU’s Art & Heritage Collections, and Outer Spaces as part of an innovative project to amplify the voice of queer artists in Aberdeen.


Reading list

RGU Library have a reading list with a compilation of LGBTQIA+ resources for you to delve into this Pride. They have recently added the 'Heartstopper' series if you’re looking for a more casual reading session.


Our Pride

EDI Champions

Meet Clara, RGU's Equality Champion for Gender Reassignment, and Daniel, RGU's EDI Champion for Sexual Orientation:

 

Blogs

Read our dedicated blogs:

Daniel Massie at the 2023 Grampian Pride Parade with a staff member at his right and left.

To celebrate Pride Month, Equality Champion for Sexual Orientation Daniel Massie shares what the celebration means to him and some insights on allyship.

Pride flags and crowd at Grampian Pride

As the happiest city to live in the UK (Shawbrook Bank 2021), Aberdeen is an inclusive, diverse, and safe city. But how exactly is Aberdeen celebrating and supporting its LGBTQ+ community? Find out all about LGBTQ+ groups, venues, and events in this blog.

RGU staff and students participate in the Grampian Pride march

To celebrate Pride Month, we interviewed Kieran Soutter, Computing Application Software Development student and Equality Champion for sexual orientation. He tells us more about his role and how he supports the LGBT+ community at RGU.

Network

For regular support and community, you can join our staff and student networks:

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