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College working groups and collectives


Find out ways to make your voice heard at College level!

Equality, Diversity and Inclusion working groups

We are deeply committed to improving culture and practices within our College and have created new strategy working groups to help us make positive change more quickly and in a sustainable way. Members of these working groups are passionate about equity and inclusion and work together proactively to explore opportunities, recommend priorities and co-design actions that have impact to ensure the College becomes an inclusive space where everyone can be their best.

  • Inclusive Culture and Environment

This group will strengthen work around removing barriers to participation and success; developing diversity-confident staff and students; ensuring the College is a safe and supportive space for everyone; celebrating diversity.

  • Inclusive Infrastructure

This group will recommend action to ensure that the needs of all groups are understood and catered for inclusively within the College infrastructure, including accessibility in relation to buildings and technology. 

Student Union's Collectives

Making sure that you are valued and represented during your time here is one of our top priorities, which is where our Collectives come in. They help to give underrepresented groups a platform to have their voices heard on campus and beyond.

Led by convenors determined by an online election, their activity may include supporting and working across different student groups.

Joining any of our Collectives is completely free! Even if you don’t define into the group you can register yourself as a supporter, allowing you to take part in any of the activities run by the Collectives.

Royal Holloway 100

The RH100 is a large focus group made up of 100 student panellists from across Royal Holloway. The RH100 Panel helps to ensure that a range of views are considered in relation to developments at the College and on campus, while giving students an opportunity to leave their legacy at Royal Holloway.

 

Contact us

By email: doctoralschool@royalholloway.ac.uk

By phone:

01784 276886