Monday 11-07-2016 - 15:05
On Monday 18 July the National Executive Council will meet for the first time in 2016/17. At the meeting council members will be presented with officer priorities for the next year. Council members have submitted 7 motions for debate at this meeting. To view these and the rest of the papers visit the NEC hub,
Who's who on the NEC?
The National Executive Council is made up of elected Officers and Councillors. Visit the NEC Hub to find out more about who they are and what they do.
What's happening at the next meeting?
National Executive Council Meeting 1 takes place on 18 July 2016. This meeting is the first in the year cycle and its purpose is to induct the new NEC and to start understanding their key themes for their year in office. 4 Full Time Officers will be elected to NUS UK Trustee Positions, 2 NEC Members will be elected to the Nominations Committee and 3 NEC members will be elected to be NEC Clerks. The papers, officer reports and motions submitted by council members are all online for you to view and circulate.
The following motions have been submitted for debate, they can be found on the NEC Hub:
Motion 1: International Co-operation with Student Organisations – The Bergen Declaration
Motion 2: ARAF Motion
Motion 3: Protect Lifelong Learning
Motion 4: Defending Black and Migrant Communities after the Referendum
Motion 5: Defend education – no fees and cuts: protest outside Tory Party Conference 2016
Motion 6: Practical Support for International Students Post Brexit Vote
Motion 7: #YestoNUS