Trinity College is a community for everyone. We strive to be inclusive and diverse in everything we do at TCDSU. This section will discuss elements of equality and related support for Trinity students.
Trinity’s Equality Policy affirms Trinity's commitment to the promotion of equality for staff, students and visitors in all aspects of its activity. Through the implementation of the Equality Policy, Trinity continues to develop procedures and practices which do not discriminate against the protected grounds of the Employment and Equal Status Acts, and endeavours to remove any barriers to full participation in Trinity life. More information can be found at www.tcd.ie/equality/policy/equality-policy/.
Trinity should be a place free from discrimintion, bullying and any form of harassment. The Dignity and Respect Policy is in place to set standards of behaviour that all staff and students are expected to abide by. Information on the policy can be found at www.tcd.ie/equality/policy/dignity-respect-policy/.
The ‘What do I do now’ document offers more infromation as to what to do regarding discrimination and harassment in college. Check bit.ly/discrimtcd for further information. The Welfare & Equality Officer can also assist you in figuring out next steps, and guide you through the complaints process.
Commenced in October 2020, the mandate of Trinity Inclusive Curriculum (Trinity-INC) Project is to embed principles of diversity, equality and inclusion across all curricula at Trinity College Dublin. The Project Director is Dr. Rachel Hoare with Dr. Derina Johnson as Project Manager, and Sean Adderley as Student Partner Liaison Officer.
A project of the Office of the Associate Vice Provost for Equality, Diversity and Equality, Trinity-INC works collaboratively across the College community - with staff and students, academic and support spaces - to achieve its goals.