Pride 2023 - celebrating our LGBTQ+ staff and students

We are proud to support Bristol Pride and join city-wide celebrations of LGBTQ+ life. Throughout June, we'll be sharing staff and student stories, research studies, events and activities, culminating in our involvement in Bristol Pride Day, 8 July 2023.  

image of Pride flag being held in a crowd. used to advertise 2022 Pride campaign Pride month activities

Information about exciting Pride events and activities.

image of university building lit up in multiple colours. Used to advertise Pride campaign LGBTQ+ inclusion at Bristol

LGBTQ+ people form an integral part of our University community. We aspire to a fully inclusive culture where staff feel able to be themselves in the workplace.

Pride for me is a moment to celebrate all members of our LGBTQ+ community and also stand in solidarity with those who still find themselves excluded from full equality across the world, including the UK.

Paula Coonerty, Executive Director for Education and Student Success

LGBTQ+ Staff Network

We support staff from the LGBTQ+ community through our staff network.

Sign up for staff events and follow us on Facebook

LGBTQ+ Student Society

The LGBTQ+ Society provides an opportunity for all self-identifying LGBTQ+ students to socialise, campaign and discuss LGBTQ+ issues at Bristol. Follow them on Instagram - @uoblgbtplus

Get involved

Find out what you can do to get involved and support our LGBTQ+ community. Also, share your stories on social media - #BristolUniPride and #BristolPride.

Pride 2023

We're excited to be sponsoring Bristol Pride once more! Join us on Bristol Pride Day, 8 July 2023.

Pride in our teaching

We offer hundreds of undergraduate and postgraduate degrees with opportunities to explore subjects that interest you. Here are some master's programmes that include options exploring issues around identity, gender and sexuality.  

MSc Contemporary Identities 

MSc Gender and International Relations

MSc Social and Cultural Theory

Supporting local LGBTQ+ young people

Visit the shop and visit our blog to find out more.

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