Friday 28-08-2015 - 14:25
On Thursday 10 September the National Executive Council will meet for the second time this year. At the meeting council members will have the opportunity to listen to and approve each Officer's work plan for the year ahead. They will also be able to hold officers to account for the work they have undertaken since July. Council members have submitted 9 motions for debate at this meeting. To view these and the rest of the papers vists the NEC hub, where you can keep updated on the discussions and the decisions made.
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?
The agenda, 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:
Motion 1 | Small and Specialist Student Unions
Motion 2 | Stop the repayment hikes
Motion 3 | Stop marketising our education: stop the Teaching “Excellence” Framework!
Motion 4 | Training for Officers on Apprentice Engagement
Motion 5| Mobilising students to join TUC national demo outside Tory Party Conference
Motion 6 | A student strike in Britain?
Motion 7 | London Mayoral Election
Motion 8 | #CutTheCrap
Motion 9 | National day of walk-out
NEC live stream
You can now follow the meeting's discussion by watching the NEC meeting live online! Visit NUS Connect at between 11:00 - 12:45 and 13:30 - 17:00 to watch the live stream.