Campaign for Racial Awareness and Equality


Access Officer

BAME Liaison and Access

Campaiging Officer


College Rep Officer

Disabled Students' Rep

Events Officer




Womens' Rep


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Any University of Oxford student who identifies with the demographic of this Campaign is free to join. This gives you the right to vote in the Campaign's Elections.

As one of the permanent campaigns at the Oxford SU, the Campaign for Racial Awareness and Equality  is dedicated to all the BME students at the University of Oxford. 

Our aim is to represent, support, and advocate for students of colour, and during the process, create an inclusive and diverse university. Given the scope of our campaign, we work with organizers across colleges, from the larger city of Oxford, and beyond to bring about long-lasting change that celebrates diversity and fights for anti-racist initiatives.


Care. Connect. Celebrate. 


Solidarity. Strength. Support. 


To stay connected with us - check out our Beacon for links to all our social media pages and updates about events and projects.

Our key priorities as an elected committee for the year ahead:

  • Building a stronger presence for CRAE on campus and online 

  • Working with cultural societies and student-led and community-based activist groups to create a space for BAME-wide collaboration within and outside of the University

  • Create a BAME mentorship program

  • Campaigning for a safer campus

    • Create immersive racial awareness workshops for students and societies

    • Create resources for mental health support specifically for BME students 

    • Reform and centralize complaints and discrimination procedures 


Want to improve Oxford? Join CRAE. Build community, celebrate racial diversity, and inspire change.

If you want to influence the student experience, shape the direction of our campaign and get involved in projects, join CRAE! We work with national experts and equality organisations so that we can transform the way in which people and institutions at Oxford understand, support, and create environments for racial diversity, and we’d be glad to have you on board.