Tuesday 16-02-2016 - 16:18
On Thursday 25 February the National Executive Council will meet. At the meeting council members will be able to hold officers to account for their work since December. Council members have submitted 13 motions for debate at this meeting and 8 motions to be debated as part of the 1400 words submitted by NEC to National Conference. 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?
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:
Motions to National Conference
Motion 1: Bilingual NUS UK.
Motion 2: Area Reviews and Sus
Motion 3: Cutting the costs of education to build a debt free future
Motion 4: Freedom of Information and the Green Paper
Motion 5: Students’ Unions and #RefugeesWelcome
Motion 6: Estrangement should be high on the agenda
Motion 7: Make PrEP available on the NHS for free NOW!
Motion 8: No Women in Men’s Prisons!
Ordinary NEC Motions
Motion 1 | #NotMyCoOp
Motion 2 | Stop Turkey’s War on the Kurds! Break the Silence!
Motion 3 | ARAF Convenors
Motion 4 | #BursaryorBust
Motion 5 | Supporting Mobilisations
Motion 6 | Supporting Black Student Officers
Motion 7 | Y-Stop and police brutality
Motion 8 | Support the Stand up To Racism national demonstration on Saturday 19 March
Motion 9 | Sarah Reed and police accountability
Motion 10 | Make PrEP available on the NHS for free NOW!
Motion 11 | Estrangement should be high on the agenda
Motion 12 | No Women in Men’s Prisons!
Motion 13 | Abortion Devolution
NEC live stream
You can now follow the meeting's discussion by watching the NEC meeting live online! Visit NUS Connect between 11:00 - 17:00 to watch the live stream.