Wed 05 Mar 2014
A number of students’ associations are already holding a mock referendum to engage students in the debate around Scotland’s constitutional future, find out more about GCUSA's mock referendum.
Mon 24 Feb 2014
NUS Scotland has launched a Referendum Information Pack to help students’ associations in Scotland to engage students ahead of the Independence Referendum in September 2014.
On the 18 February, NUS Scotland responded to the Infrastructure and Capital Investment Committee’s call for views on the new Housing (Scotland) Bill. While NUS Scotland broadly support the Bill, our consultation response called for the Bill to be strengthened in three key areas.
Wed 19 Feb 2014
On the 3 March 2014 the sections of the Post-16 Education (Scotland) Act which affect College Boards will come into force, and students’ associations will need to nominate a second student to sit on the Board.
Mon 17 Feb 2014
Travelling to get to college or university should be safe, convenient, reliable and affordable. Students should not be prevented from accessing education due to the cost or difficulty of getting there.
Fri 14 Feb 2014
The University of Strathclyde Students’ Association is asking students, alongside their elections to indicate their preference for whether Scotland should be an independent country.
UADSA is holding a series of debates to encourage students to engage with the independence referendum
Tue 04 Feb 2014
Michelle Bingham, President of South Lanarkshire College Students’ Association writes about how the colleges in Lanarkshire have put a local twist on National Voter Registration Day
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My name is Gordon Maloney and, as President, I head up the 12 other executive officers who lead the organisation.
I lead the work of the Priority Network together with Priority Campaign Convenors Kelly-Marie Parry and Xander McDade.
Our previous work
Over the past three years, NUS Scotland, the Priority Campaign and thousands of students across Scotland have all achieved some huge wins:
Our work for 2013-14
Over the next year, we’re looking to build on these further, with our work focusing on:
For more information about the work of the Priority Network, get in touch, follow me on Twitter @gordonmaloney or find the Priority Network on Facebook.