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Equality impact assessment template and guidance for policy owners

The university’s Equality Impact Assessment template has been updated.  Some guidance has been added on how individuals should impact assess policies providing some basic facts and figures to highlight the type of evidence that should be considered as part of the process of impact assessment. 

If policy owners would like a word format document emailed, or have any questions please contact the Planning team:


Dignity at Work and Study Policy

The Dignity at Work & Study Policy aims to support an inclusive culture in which differences are respected and any form of bulling, harassment or victimisation is considered to be unacceptable. The policy covers all members of our university community and provides a framework of support for those who have been subject to unacceptable behaviours.

Dignity at Work & Study Policy (PDF 279KB)

Networks for staff

Staff groups and networks are an added benefit to life at RGU. They’re an opportunity to meet new people, share information, pursue your interests and support each other.

If you lead a staff network or group that’s not on this list, or know someone who does, get in touch with RGU Communications for details on how to be included.

Ageing Research Network

Bridging the gap between research, practice and user experiences to generate impactful research ideas which meets the needs of older people. Members include multi-disciplinary clinicians, staff from social care partnerships and policymakers.

To join the network, email Heather Nicolson.

Bicycle Users Group (BUG)

If you cycle to and from campus, or are considering using your bike as part of your daily commute, the Bicycle Users Group is there for you and acts as a representative for all cyclists on campus. All staff with an interest in cycling are invited to join.

Join BUG via the Facebook group or contact Caroline Hood or Emma Kain to find out more.

Book club

An informal and relaxed approach to a book club that encourages people to discover something new to read that they may never have considered before.

To join the group, email Irene Brockie.

Culture and Language Exchange

An opportunity to socialise with colleagues while learning about different cultures and languages from across the globe.

Sign up by emailing the Culture Network.

Faith and belief

Aims to improve people’s understanding of each other by being open to those who have faith or belief as well as those with none.

No registration necessary. Keep an eye on The Bulletin for the next activity.

Knit and Natter

For all skill levels of knitting or crocheting, including complete beginners who want to learn. It gets you away from your desk to meet with like-minded people where you can learn from each other and relax.

Join them using the Knit and Natter Facebook group.

Mental Health Movie Monthly

Providing free monthly film showings, allowing an inclusive safe space where people can discuss mental health and human experience as equals. The group uses what’s discussed often – film – as a platform to talk about what isn’t: everyone has mental health.

 To be added to the mailing list, email Dan Warrender.

Rainbow Network

Empowers LGBT+ staff to meet, share information, support each other and – through establishing a visible presence on campus – ensures that the university remains a vibrant and inclusive environment in which all staff can reach their full potential.

For more information, head to the Rainbow Network’s web page.

Resilience and Development network

Leveraging the resources from within the university to spread the expertise and awareness that will support all staff in conversation with students about mental health and wellbeing.

For more information, and to join, head to the network’s Campus Moodle page.

Women’s Network

Involving academic and support staff, with a focus on information sharing, networking, informal mentoring/coaching and the provision of career and self-development opportunities, the Women’s Network supports all women employed by RGU.

To sign up, email RGU Women’s Network

Find out more about the Women's Network