Camila Batmanghelidjh CBE has founded two charities, Kids Company and Place2Be, and works to support vulnerable children throughout the UK. She talks to Spotlight about her work, dealing with challenges and what inspires her.
More and more students are choosing to spend time abroad as part of a course, while a large number of foreign students continue to come to the UK each year. Catherine Thwaites, NUS Scotland international education officer, explains how the student experience is going global.
Aberdeen University Students’ Association picked up the award for ‘Most Improved Employee Engagement’ at NUS Convention 2014. Their story is a compelling account of how a difficult situation can be turned around into something positive, as Claire Marsland, NUS HR senior consultant, explains.
NUS puts on events throughout the year, from flagship occasions such as National Conference to training programmes and much, much more. The NUS events team consists of Davina Keen, group events manager, and events project managers Suzanne Ackerman, Katie Johnson and Sam Baxter, who talk us through a typical day in the run-up to the busy summer events programme.
Frances O'Grady, general secretary of the Trades Union Congress, speaks to NUS about how she became a leader and explains what we can do to level the gender gap in leadership positions.
Liberty director Shami Chakrabarti shares her experiences of being a leader and gives her views on gender inequality.
Tue 05 Aug 2014
NUS vice president (welfare) Colum McGuire talks about student welfare in the movement and in society as the post approaches its 40...read more