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Trinity College Dublin Equality Office
All staff, students and visitors have a role to play in making Trinity an inclusive and egalitarian community. The university has also developed dedicated offices who specialise in equality-related matters.
Trinity Launch of National Speak Out Consent tool
Trinity College Dublin launches National Speak Out consent reporting. Speakers: Provost Linda Doyle, Professor Lorraine Leeson, TCDSU Greg Arrowsmith
EU Award for Gender Equality Champions
Trinity College has been named an EU Gender Equality Champion in recognition of its century-old effort to work toward gender equality on its campus and in its sector.
10 Mar 2023
Racial and Ethnic Equality Working Group Report 2021/22 - The Trinity Tapestry: We will be one Trinity community.
Findings from the Race and Ethnicity focus groups.
20 Feb 2023
It’s Her! A summit dedicated to Women in STEMM
TCD and the University of Oxford will collaborate in a summit dedicated to Women in STEMM taking place from 8th – 10th March 2023
01 Mar 2023
Explore Equality Themes
Staff and students of all ages are of equal value to the Trinity community, and the university promotes positive ageing and intergenerational learning in various ways.
Trinity strives to make its physical environment, information and activities as accessible as possible so that all students and staff can reach their full potential.
Ethnicity & Nationality
Trinity welcomes the increasing cultural diversity of our community, and is committed to equal treatment of all regardless of race, ethnicity or nationality.
Family & Relationships
All kinds of families are accommodated and celebrated in Trinity, and Trinity is committed to non-discrimination on the basis of family or civil status.
Trinity is committed to equality between women and men, and the right of all members of our community to be treated equally regardless of gender identity or gender expression.
Diversity of religious belief and non-belief is welcomed in Trinity, and the university is committed to non-discrimination on the basis of religion.
Trinity is proud of its LGBTQ+-inclusive culture - if you come here as an LGBTQ+ student or staff member you can expect a warm welcome and equal treatment.
Trinity is open to all regardless of socio-economic background, and always seeks to widen access to students who have not yet realised their full academic potential
Trinity is committed to increasing the participation of members of the Traveller Community in our degree programmes, and to the equal and respectful treatment of Travellers in our community.