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Equality & Diversity

Staff & Student Networks

Networks provide support and empower members of the RGU community. They are a great way to get involved and contribute to our commitment to Equality, Diversity and Inclusion.

Staff and student networks are an important part of Robert Gordon University. They help to support and empower those that are often minoritised and marginalised. Our EDI networks are self-managed, independent and impartial, offering support, guidance and social events both and off campus. They offer a safe space for members to share experiences, connect with others, and contribute to RGU policies, practice, and procedures through our Equality and Diversity committees.

Staff networks are always open to new members and are supported by the Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion team. Please email if you wish to set up a new staff network.

Staff Networks

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The Robert Gordon University Race Equality Network (RGU REN) brings together and empowers a network of staff who are racialised as Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) and allies committed to creating an environment where every staff is treated fairly and race is celebrated.

Rainbow Network

RGU Rainbow Network aims to improve the experience of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender staff at RGU.

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RGU Women’s Network is open to all women who work at RGU and aims to improve the experience of women at RGU.

Student Networks

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In order to ensure that students who identify as Black or BIPOC (this Includes Black, African and Afro-Caribbean people, Indigenous (to the Americas, Australia and South Pacific) people and people of colour (people of Arab, Asian and Latin American heritage)). are supported and their views represented both within the Union, and at a University level, the Black Liberation Network (BLN) was formed.

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RGU'S LGBTQIA+ Network aims to provide a safe space at RGU where individuals who identify under the LGBTQ+ spectrum can come together, make friends and discuss LGBTQ+ issues.

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Our society organises weekly workshops to help young people reach their career goals in the largest corporations, start their own businesses or prepare for interviews.

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