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The Students' Guild bouncy castle at Respect
Members of the Students' Guild and many student societies take part in Respect
Dozens of artists and musicians perform at Respect
Exeter Respect Festival
The University is proud to be an official sponsor and supporter of Exeter Respect Festival - Exeter's annual free celebration of diversity.
Exeter Respect is a giant two day festival where performing and creative arts and community activities are used to promote multi-cultural understanding and challenge prejudice. There is a huge array of music, drama, food, poetry, acrobatics, dance, crafts, alternative therapies, storytelling, and stalls.
There are plenty of ways for University staff, students and societies to get involved with Respect, from event planning and stage management, to stewarding, performing, running workshops, face painting, handing out programmes and much more.
If you would like to volunteer to help at this year's Respect please contact the Equality and Diversity Office.