Here at Anglia Ruskin, we're dedicated to making our university a great place to study and work; a place that's open and accessible to all. Our policies and procedures help us to do this.
We're committed to equality, diversity and inclusion; to supporting access to university for all; to sustainability; and to boosting young people’s skills and employability as part of the Erasmus+ Programme.
You can read more about these commitments – and others – below.
We've been a Fairtrade-certified university since 2007, and use of Fairtrade products forms part of our environment strategy. The strategy also covers energy, water, waste, travel, buildings and biodiversity (protecting and encouraging wildlife on our campuses).
We're also committed to purchasing goods and services without causing harm to others in terms of slavery, servitude or forced labour. In support of this, we published our Slavery and Human Trafficking Statement 2016-17.
We’re a higher education corporation and a registered charity, and we publish our annual report and accounts every year.