The Equality Standard: A Framework for Sport was launched by the UK Sports Councils to address inequality within the sports sector. Scottish Rugby was awarded the Foundation Level under this Standard in 2007, the Preliminary Level in 2009 and the Intermediate Level in July 2014.
It is our policy to ensure that barriers to participation in rugby - real or perceived - are removed. This is particularly the case for groups currently under represented in our game, and for those who traditionally may not have seen rugby as their sport of choice. We are committed to developing processes, practices and plans to ensure that rugby is open to all.
Please take a few minutes to complete Scottish Rugby Union’s Equality Survey 2017. Your cooperation in helping us to gather this monitoring information will greatly aid our efforts to ensure that everyone involved in the sport is treated fairly regardless of age, race or ethnicity, disability, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, religion or belief.
We recognise that the achievement of the targets within our strategy document Inspiring Scotland Through Rugby: The Journey to 2016 can only take place against a background of inclusiveness. Building on the successes of our earlier Equity Plan, Scottish Rugby’s Equality Action Plan focusses on six key goals:
Further information on Equality within sport can be found at sportscotland’s website.
If you can't find the information you are looking for, or have a specific query on Equality within Scottish Rugby, please contact Scottish Rugby’s Outreach and Equality Manager, Peter Young at [email protected] or 07764178941.