'Get Consent' Police Scotland Campaign
'Get Consent' every time, and in every type of relationship.
Covid-19 Domestic Abuse Campaign
Sharing, or threatening to share, intimate images without consent is a crime that can come with a five-year prison sentence. If you’ve been affected, know that you are not alone. Help is available.
RGU have been on a journey to achieve the LGBT+ Youth Scotland Chartermark
The THAT GUY campaign urges men to take responsibility for their actions and language to help affect a culture change to tackle sexual crime against women.
Police Scotland have introduced a simple officer verification process to provide reassurance to any member of the public who may be concerned about whether or not they are being spoken to by a genuine police officer working alone.
In the case of an emergency, if you are an RGU student and have no money to get home, and are in a dangerous or unsafe situation, you can order a designated safe taxi from Rainbow City Taxi's and use your student card as payment.
Socialising is a major part of student life! Keep in mind these simple safety tips in mind while having fun.
Sex without consent is rape, whatever the circumstances.
‘Ask for Angela’ is a campaign aimed at helping people who feel unsafe on dates in Aberdeen pubs, clubs and entertainment venues.
Robert Gordon University has a zero tolerance approach to sexual violence and harassment
Bystander Intervention helps individuals or groups to actively address a situation they deem problematic.
Consent is when someone agrees, gives permission, or says 'yes' to sexual activity with another person(s).
Some messages to help provide support and communicate a view of sexual activity that is mutually respectful, consensual and an enjoyable experience.