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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.

The LGBTQ+ Campaign is the political campaigning arm of Oxford’s queer community.

The Oxford SU LGBTQ+ Campaign is a group of students working to improve the lives of LGBTQ+ people in the University of Oxford, and in the wider Oxford community. We advocate for LGBTQ+ students and staff, push for changes at a University-, faculty- and college-level, and are committed to fighting homophobia, transphobia and any other form of discrimination faced by LGBTQ+ people in Oxford.

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  • New Definition of Transphobia

    12 Jun 2021

    We are thrilled to announce that the Motion tabled at 7th Week Student Council 'A New Definition of Transphobia' has passed! LGBTQ+ Campaign have worked alongside several trans students within the university, as well as in consultation with the SU’s Womens* Campaign, for the past two terms to put together what we believe to be a much more detailed and accurate definition of transphobia, that will allow us to better support trans students when they are victim to transphobia, and to tackle transphobia in all its forms throughout our institution. The full definition can be found in the file below! For information on how you can lobby your own college to adopt this definition, please check out our facebook page!

  • TRANS REPORT 2018

    19 Nov 2018

    The Trans Report 2018 is intended to provide a broad view of the experience of trans students, as well as of the incidence and nature of transphobia and discrimination within the University. It also looks to give a clear account of the sources of welfare available to trans students and staff, and of their current engagement with these sources of welfare. The Report outlines nine key recommendations to be followed to improve the lives of trans students and staff at the University.

  • TRANS REPORT 2018 ACCESSIBLE DOCUMENT

    19 Nov 2018

    The Trans Report 2018 is intended to provide a broad view of the experience of trans students, as well as of the incidence and nature of transphobia and discrimination within the University. It also looks to give a clear account of the sources of welfare available to trans students and staff, and provide some key recommendations for change. The accessible version of the Report pulls out the most crucial pieces of information from the Infographic and is available in a word document format.

  • TRANS REPORT INFOGRAPHIC

    19 Nov 2018

    The Trans Report 2018 is intended to provide a broad view of the experience of trans students, as well as of the incidence and nature of transphobia and discrimination within the University. It also looks to give a clear account of the sources of welfare available to trans students and staff, and provide some key recommendations for change. The infographic is a breakdown of the Report which pulls out the most crucial pieces of information and presents them in a more visually-engaging format.