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Get involved

There are a number of ways you can get involved in equality and diversity at Scotland’s national conservatoire.

The key place where issues are discussed is the Equality and Diversity Forum – this group has staff and student members and aims to be representative of the institution’s diversity.If you would like to participate in the forum as a staff or student representative, contact Roz Caplan, our dedicated Equality and Diversity Officer, by email at

LGBT Support at the Conservatoire

We have an active student LGBT network

Our aims:

  • To provide a confidential and impartial, and understanding voice.
  • Fight for the rights of LGBT students in Scotland.
  • Inform students of changes regarding the LGBT community in Glasgow and nationwide.
  • Organise opportunities to socialise with other students going through similar experiences.
  • Help stand up for and interact with other liberation societies.
  • Inform the wider community of challenges and discrimination LGBT students face.


Our provision:

  • LGBT society has a confidential “Moodle” (intranet) that is open to all students, who identify with or support the LGBT community. This allows for information streaming, social support, and online instant communication.
  • Regular social gatherings allowing students and staff to communicate and socialise in a relaxed atmosphere, with like-minded people, these include; LGBT fayres and information sessions (in collaboration with local organisations), social events within the Conservatoire and local community.
  • Weekly one to one welfare sessions specifically for LGBT related issues, run by the LGBT president.
  • Specialised advice literature and leaflets on LGBT lifestyle choices and resources available to all staff and students.
  • Free confidential contraceptive service open to all students of all sexual orientations including advice for support and local resources.



  • The LGBT President is also a member of the Students’ Union Welfare team, representing opinions and viewpoints of LGBT community at all Students’ Union council meetings.
  • Alongside the Students’ Union President and Welfare team, the LGBT President sits on the Equality and Diversity forum.
  • The LGBT society and Royal Conservatoire Students’ Union regularly engage with the National Union of Students both in Scotland and on a UK level. This provides crucial training and support networks to ensure up to date information and developments are available to our students.
  • Building good relationships with local LGBT societies and are developing closer communication among conservatoires throughout the UK, with specific link up between LGBT resources.

For information, please email