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Campaigns: Soc-Cit

Our Environment, Our Future

Thu 17 Apr 2014

We're looking for external partners to co-author a bid for £30 million to help young people engage with their local environment.

Student-led ethical banking at SOAS Students' Union

Sun 13 Apr 2014

With many mainstream banks investing our money in unethical industry, SOAS Students' Union looks at creating their own alternative.

Beer and sustainability?

Mon 07 Apr 2014

Creating student-led business and a totally green brewery at Newcastle University Students' Union

Linking community health and international development

Thu 27 Mar 2014

At the University of Bradford Students' Union, Green Impact is supporting local community health non-profits, putting students at the heart of international development.

Green Impact and sustainable development in the NHS

Wed 26 Mar 2014

Students leading on work to strengthen links between health, community and sustainability.

Celebrating the Climate Challenge Fund in Scotland

Wed 26 Mar 2014

We're really excited by the work students are doing in Scotland, supported by the Scottish Government Climate Challenge Fund.

Challenging the curriculum at the University of Manchester

Mon 17 Mar 2014

The Post-Crash Economics society at the University of Manchester Students' Unions asks: does our course prepare us for the world we live in?

Delivering Green Impact as a full time student

Fri 14 Mar 2014

This year, full time Geography student Rosie Bridger has been leading on Green Impact at her students' union, driving behaviour change alongside her studies.

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Hello. I'm Dom Anderson, 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: dom.anderson@nus.org.uk

Staff contacts: Lucy Hawthorne

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