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Campaigns: Soc-Cit

Green Impact Excellence in universities and colleges

Tue 29 Jul 2014

More and more Green Impact teams are leading on their own, creative, ambitious sustainability projects.

Learning English through sustainability

Mon 28 Jul 2014

Enhancing academic achievement for international students alongside practical applications of sustainability.

Finding new ways to make events greener

Wed 23 Jul 2014

We speak to events management student Chloe Naylor about how Green Impact helped her to make the link between events and sustainability.

Accreditation mark for greener curriculums

Wed 23 Jul 2014

We're looking for students' unions to take part in new Responsible Futures accreditation mark pilot.

Green Gown Award finalists announced

Wed 16 Jul 2014

Dozens of students' unions from around the UK recognised as sustainability leaders in awards shortlist

What can Green Impact offer across further education?

Wed 16 Jul 2014

We want to see far more further education students' unions signed up for Green Impact this year! There's so many reasons to get involved.

Establishing education for sustainable development

Tue 15 Jul 2014

Teesside University Students' Union engaging academics to green their curriculums

Sign up for Green Impact today!

Mon 14 Jul 2014

Registration is open for students' unions to increase their positive environmental and social impact across 2014/15.

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Hello. I'm Piers Telemacque, Vice President Society and Citizenship.

NUS has a proud history of campaigning on issues affecting wider UK society as well as promoting peace, justice and equality around the world. Students have been at the forefront of campaigns from the ethical and enviromental issues to fighting the BNP. This section of the site is designed to help that continue by giving you, and consequently your students, access to the resources and information needed to fight social injustice.

Email: Piers Telemacque

Staff contacts: Lucy Hawthorne

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