Liberation Nominations Opening in January

Monday 04-01-2016 - 15:02

NUS has 4 Liberation campaigns, led by full-time officers. These officers are elected at each campaign's conference. In January, nominations open for 4 Full-Time Liberation Officers - Disabled Students Officer, Womens Officer and 2 LGBT+ Officers.

The student movement is an exciting place, and the experiences it offers in terms of development, leadership and the opportunity to make a difference means it is an incredibly positive group for many.

Being a Full Time Officer at the National Union of Students is an exciting opportunity to be at the forefront of the student movement. Disabled Students Officer, Womens Officer, LGBT+ Officer (Open place) and LGBT+ Officer (Womens Place) are Full-Time, Paid Roles working for NUS. These officers are the political leaders of their campaigns and sit on the National Executive Council.

Any student or Full Time Officer at a Constituent Member of NUS may stand for election to liberation campaigns that they identify into. To stand for election you will need 10 nominators from 10 different constituent members of NUS.

Candidates for election to the full-time positions on the National Executive Council are required to sign a contract of employment with the National Union, the terms of which are agreed from time to time by the National Executive Council.

Ready to get involved?

Nominations Open for LGBT+ Officer (Open Place) and LGBT+ Officer (Womens Place) - 5th January

Nominations Open for Disabled Students Officer – 12th January 2016

Nominations Open for Women’s Officer – 18th January 2016

Nominations for these roles close on 17th February 2016


More information, Election Guides and Role Profiles for all positions can be found on the respective Conference Hub:

LGBT+ Students Conference Hub, Disabled Students Conference Hub, Women Students Conference Hub

Online Nomination Forms will be available on the Hubs at the opening of nominations.

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