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More Come Clean resources now available here, including downloadable adaptable posters, flyers, model press release, powerpoint, factsheets, FAQs, campaign toolkits, etc to help you build for the Week of Action (Monday March 12 - Friday 16), national walkout (Wednesday March 14) and lobby of parliament (Wednesday April 18).

Don't forget to let us know what your planning on your campus - email campaigns@nus.org.uk to share your plans!

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