The official NUS Black Students' Campaign guide to Black History Month 2012 is here!
Packed with content, featuring guest editorial from Diane Abbott MP on 25 years of Black MPs, frequently asked questions, ideas to celebrate Black History Month on campus, information on Black Women's, LGBT and Disabled History, a model article for your Students' Union newspaper and a list of current leading Black representatives and activists in Britain - this is the definitive guide to Black History Month for the student movement!
Read it online and download it from here: http://issuu.com/aaronleekiely/docs/nus_black_history_month_guide_2012
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NUS Scotland are working with a team of student volunteers to support local student-led campaigns in Scotland.
On Thursday, 28th of November NUS Wales held a drinks reception to celebrate the 40th anniversary of NUS Wales as a devolved part of NUS. The event was attended by Assembly Members, the education sector and wider civic society in Wales.
Over the last few years we’ve seen an increase in the number of students taking out payday loans, sometimes they are seen as the only option to make sure that they can put food on the table. We want to make sure that students aren’t putting themselves at risk of high risk debt and instead are able to access safer options if they need to take out a loan.
In too many cases essential staff at our colleges and universities aren’t being paid enough to live off, and at the same time are often subject to zero hour contracts. We want to improve the conditions for staff at our institutions, and at the same time make sure that students’ rights in the workplace are protected.
Camillia Khan of FOSIS reflects on 'I will lead the way for Muslim Women' 2013.
Assuring the quality, standards and overall effectiveness of students’ unions
Share our survey on attitudes towards sustainable development with your students, and win £500
We've asked students what they thought of the impending reforms to examinations - and they're concerned.
We're proud to announce this year's list of participants in SLTAs
Award-winning journalist Paris Lees talks to Spotlight about feminism and how the internet has helped change its public perception.
Poppleston Allen partner Graeme Cushion looks at how recent developments to early-morning restriction orders and the late night levy might affect students’ union venues.