Our initiatives help us to move forward ED&I activity across the University community. Get involved with LGBTUA+ equality initiatives at Warwick using the links below (or scroll to see more detail):
- Trans Web Portal.
- LGBTUA+ Supporters.
- LGBTUA+ Events Group.
- LGBTUA+ Role Models.
- Pronouns: Let's Get It Right.
- Gender Neutral Language .
If you have any ideas for LGBTUA+ initiatives that you think would be great to have here at Warwick, contact us and let us know.
Trans Web Portal
A hub of resources and guidance for staff and students for everything you need to know about being trans at Warwick, including locations of gender neutral facilities on campus, how to change your name and gender marker on University records, and where to find support.
Find all the information you need on the Trans Web Portal.
Have you seen any rainbow lanyards around campus? Then chances are you've met one of the growing number of LGBTUA+ Supporters, who have committed to promote an open and inclusive environment for all staff and students.
Become a Supporter today on the LGBTUA+ Supporter webpage.
LGBTUA+ Events Group
Formed in 2019 to coordinate our programme of events celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots, the LGBTUA+ Events Group now leads on the coordination of LGBTUA+ awareness events at Warwick.
Find more information, and join the distribution list, on the LGBTUA+ Events Group webpage.
LGBTUA+ Role Models
This guide tells the stories of a small group of LGBTUA+ people made up of students, staff, and alumni who have chosen to share their experiences of Warwick with you. Everyone deserves to feel safe and supported in their work and studies, and this guide aims to demonstrate that you most certainly can at the University of Warwick.
Read the profiles of the LGBTUA+ Role Models webpage.
Pronouns: Let's Get It Right
When someone is referred to with a pronoun (e.g. he/she/they) that doesn’t align with their gender identity, it can make them feel alienated. Getting pronouns right is a basic way to respect a person’s gender identity. To help build your knowledge, we've listed six ideas for getting pronouns right.
Find more information on the Pronouns: Let's Get it Right webpage.
Gender Neutral Language
To ensure that gender-neutral language is used consistently throughout the University, both in official correspondence and internal documentation, all documents avoid gender-specific language wherever possible. This is in line with the University’s Trans and Gender Reassignment Policy (Section 17).
Read more about our approach to use of Gender Neutral Language .
You may also be interested in:
Charters - including Stonewall UK Workplace Equality Index (LGBTUA+ equality benchmarking exercise)
Training, Guidance, and Resources - including our Trans Awareness and Safe Overseas Travel guides
Staff Networks - including LGBTUA+ Networks
Taskforces and SIC - including LGBTUA+ Taskforce
Events - including LGBTUA+ History Month