School Policies

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Equality Office

The Equality Office promotes equality and inclusiveness for staff and students, in all areas of College life. The Equality Policy outlines Trinity College Dublin's commitment to promoting equality in all aspects of the College's activity: employment, education and service provision; and details how this policy will be implemented. The Dignity and Respect policy supports a collegiate environment for its staff, students and other community members, which is free from discrimination, bullying and harassment.

Information on all college polices can be found here: College Policies

In particular, your attention is drawn to the LEAD, Living Equality and Diversity eLearning, programme and the Trinity Inclusive Curriculum project.


The LEAD programme is an innovative learning resource developed by six of the Irish Universities members of the IUA Equality Network: DCU, NUIG, TCD, UCC, UCD and UL in collaboration with Aurion Learning and with the support of the Equality Authority. The LEAD programme is an interactive tailored online resource that aims to provide University staff with an awareness of the key equality and diversity issues across the nine equality grounds in Irish legislation in a University context.

The Trinity Inclusive Curriculum project

The objective of the Trinity Inclusive Curriculum project is to mainstream inclusive principles within the entire College curricula so as to enable students from non-traditional learning backgrounds to participate more fully in the academic life of College. The TIC website is a resource incorporating tools, guidelines and templates that can be used to ensure inclusive principles are embedded within your curriculum. TIC guidelines and resources cover all aspects of teaching and assessment.

More details on the Trinity Inclusive Curriculum can be found here: Trinity Inclusive Curriculum