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Update on the Save the AS level campaign

Thu 23 Oct 2014

In August we wrote to the Secretary of State for Education about the reforms to the AS level. Here's an update of our correspondence....more

 
Don't dither, divest!

Thu 23 Oct 2014

Kirsty Haigh on why we should campaign for institutional divestment from fossil fuels and arms...more

 
NUS LGBT Response to Spectator Article 14/10/14 (TW: Transphobia, Racism, Islamophobia)

Fri 17 Oct 2014

An article has been published by The Spectator, titled “Now it’s the tranny-state” (TW: Transphobia, Racism, Islamophobia), which condemns trans activists and the work they do in order to fight the sy...more

 
Muslim women leading the way

Fri 17 Oct 2014

Susuana Antubam, National Women's Officer explains the importance of 'I will lead the way for Muslim women'...more

 
Generation Vote

Tue 14 Oct 2014

Next year, people across the UK will be faced with a big decision, who they want running our country. It’s essential that students are part of the debate....more

 
World Mental Health Day 2014

Fri 10 Oct 2014

Friday October 10 is World Mental Health Day 2014....more

 
UCM Cymru yn galw am ‘Gytundeb newydd i Gymru’ gyda manifesto etholiad cyffredinol

Fri 10 Oct 2014

Dyma'n cyfle ni i ddylanwadu ar bolisïau Llywodraeth nesaf y DU trwy godi'n lleisiau a galw am gytundeb newydd i genhedlaeth nesaf Cymru....more

 
NUS Wales calls for a ‘New deal for Wales’ with general election manifesto

Fri 10 Oct 2014

This is our opportunity to influence the policies of the next UK Government by making our voices heard and calling for a new deal for Wales' next generation....more

 
SU ARTS Wins on Attendance Monitoring for International Students

Thu 09 Oct 2014

Mostafa Rajaai

Mostafa Rajaai from SUARTS describes why they challenged unfair attendance monitoring policies and won a system designed by international students....more

 
Draft Scottish Budget: what we expected, but not what we hoped for

Thu 09 Oct 2014

The Scottish Government have released their draft budget for 2015/16. The budget announced an expected, and continued, level of funding for university and college teaching, but failed to include the i...more

 
NUS launches Ready to Rent programme at your local Students' Union event

Wed 08 Oct 2014

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Find out more about our innovative new tenant training programme....more

 
NUS Scotland welcomes Scottish Labour’s childcare commitments

Wed 08 Oct 2014

NUS Scotland has welcomed commitments from Scottish Labour on improving childcare...more

 
 
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All Campaigns

Come Clean

Education Write Off

In less then one month there is likely to be a vote in Parliament, which will determine whether or not the government implement proposals to raise the tuition fee cap to £6000-£9000 and scrap the Education Maintenance Allowance scheme.

 
 

Higher Education

The Student Engagement Conversation

The conversation is designed to support you, as a member of the higher education sector, to develop student engagement practice through the sharing of ideas and discussion of the barriers that you face.

 
 

Welfare and Student Rights

Muslim women leading the way

Susuana Antubam, National Women's Officer explains the importance of 'I will lead the way for Muslim women'

 
 

Further Education

Update on the Save the AS level campaign

In August we wrote to the Secretary of State for Education about the reforms to the AS level. Here's an update of our correspondence.

 
 

Society and Citizenship

Sustainability in sport

Have you started working with sports teams to drive sustainable behaviour change?

 
 

Union Development

Equality and Diversity resource hub

We're proud to launch our new hub of toolkits and resources, supporting equality and diversity work at your union.

 
 

LGBT

NUS LGBT Response to Spectator Article 14/10/14 (TW: Transphobia, Racism, Islamophobia)

An article has been published by The Spectator, titled “Now it’s the tranny-state” (TW: Transphobia, Racism, Islamophobia), which condemns trans activists and the work they do in order to fight the systematic transphobia that plagues all of society and that is enshrined in many aspects of the law across the world.

 
 

Black

Exhibiting black pain for white gain

We strongly oppose Brett Bailey's 'Exhibit B' exhibition at the Barbican Art Centre.

 
 

Disability

World Mental Health Day 2014

Friday October 10 is World Mental Health Day 2014.

 
 

International

SU ARTS Wins on Attendance Monitoring for International Students
Mostafa Rajaai

Mostafa Rajaai from SUARTS describes why they challenged unfair attendance monitoring policies and won a system designed by international students.

 
 

Postgraduate

New Postgraduate Employment Charter launched by NUS and UCU

NUS has teamed up with UCU to produce an updated charter of good practice guidance on the pay and conditions of postgraduates employed as teachers by their institution.

 
 

Mature and Part-time

Spending Review Cuts Briefing: Mature students and adult learners

Find out the effect the Comprehensive Spending Review had on mature students and adult learners.

 
 

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