Whether you are at a game, training session, social, or away on a trip, sport at Edinburgh University should be a place for everyone to feel safe and welcome to participate. Through training at the start of the semester, we educate our committee members and Intramural Captains about our expectations and how to maintain a positive club environment. All members must also read and agree to our code of conduct before joining.
Click here to access the EUSU Code of Conduct. You can find all of our policies including our Alcohol & Initiations, Safeguarding, and Safety Policies here.
As a Sports Union, we are also here to listen and respond to any issues or concerns our students or members of the public have about activity in our clubs, Intramural teams, and wider Sports Union.
If you have experienced or witnessed any hazing-type behaviour, discrimination, physical, mental or emotional abuse by staff/coaches/members or any other issue please provide more information via the Report a Concern form below. Alternatively, you can submit your report directly to email@example.com or another member of staff.
All answers will be anonymous, we will not collect any information that identifies you, such as name or email, unless you provide it. If you feel comfortable doing so we have the option to provide us with minimal personal details should you wish to do so. These will not be shared with anyone.
Providing personal information may allow us to follow up with you for further information. This will be exclusively to help us take appropriate action.
If you do not share any personal details your report will still be incredibly valuable in helping us prevent issues in future.
Does your club do something great to maintain a positive club environment? Let firstname.lastname@example.org know about what you are doing well!
Consent Collective: Should I Report?
We have brought together some helpful resources on various topics for club members, Wellbeing Officers, and coaches. If you would like more information, please reach out to our Sports Union Wellbeing Officer who will be more than happy to help you.