You can also find the report presented to conference here and the policy proposed to conference here.
The resolutions in this Zone from National Conference will follow soon.
The Election for Vice President Welfare was won by Ben Whittaker.
Read his manifesto here.
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Ahead of her lecture at the Student Eats Open Day 2013, we asked Harriet Sjerps-Jones about campuses as 'living laboratories'.
Following today’s update from Minister Stephen Farry in the Assembly on the review of teacher education infrastructure in Northern Ireland, NUS-USI student movement President Adrianne Peltz said: “The student movement will be examining this report in detail and we will be discussing it with our member institutions.
Every day this week we will upload a special edition of Toni Notes. These will cover different aspects of adult learning, in celebration of Adult Learners' Week 2013.
Following the announcement by Education Minister John O’Dowd on A-Level changes, NUS-USI student movement President Adrianne Peltz said the announcement must ensure clarity for students and must maintain the integrity and transferability of qualifications. She said however that removing the January resit option for new A-Level students, and the potential change to the AS/A2 weightings were both very retrograde steps.
President of NUS-USI student movement Adrianne Peltz has welcomed the creation of 230 new jobs for recently qualified teachers, who will now be recruited on two year fixed-term contracts to help provide tuition to children on literacy and numeracy.
We are really excited to announce that this year’s Education and Representation course will be extended to a fourth day due to a subsidy from HEFCE. This support enables us to develop the content of this course even further, framed around our mutual agenda around partnership, student engagement and quality
Welcome to your weekly round-up of who we have been meeting and what we have been saying on your behalf to promote, defend and extend the rights of students
Government cuts and proposed changes to the law are making it more difficult for disabled learners to access mainstream education. We take an in-depth look at the changes.
Delegates choose incumbent to serve a second term
By ensuring the good ethics of their supply chain through initiatives like Caring Dairy, Ben & Jerry’s strike a close parallel between their own practices and those of NUS. Through our support of the Happy Cows campaign, also championed by the company, NUS and two activist students were invited to the Netherlands to see first-hand how Ben & Jerry’s are world leaders of making their own supply chain ethical, by visiting a Caring Dairy farm.
NUS training can help you fulfil your potential within the student movement – and beyond. One of our previous attendees reflects on how the training has proven to be a great benefit.
Loughborough Students’ Union has carried out research to identify tribes of students so that we can understand them better, communicate with them more effectively and make sure we represent their diverse interests.