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National Conference 2018: NUS VP (Welfare) candidates

Friday 09-02-2018 - 15:05

The period of nominations for the position of NUS Vice President (Welfare) has closed and we can now announce the candidates standing for election.

The candidates for NUS Vice President (Welfare) are:

Eva Crossan Jory
#Eva4VPWelfare

The Welfare Zone must act now - it must be transformative. Welfare must centre around care and collective action against cuts and oppression.

At Goldsmiths, we have been making ground-breaking work on these issues - improving our counselling service, fighting for tenants rights and creating institutional policy against sexual harassment. We urgently need a transformative Welfare Zone which amplifies our collective voice.

Plain text manifesto
 

Izzy Lenga
Re-elect Izzy for VP Welfare

As your VP Welfare this year, I have not wasted a minute on delivering my promises - to transform NUS’ Welfare work so that it's focused to deliver on the issues that matter to students.

But the work’s not complete. Our support services are still under attack, hate crimes are spiralling on our campuses, mental health services are underfunded and students are living in squalor yet can’t meet their sky-high rent payments.

Re-elect me to finish the job - securing new standards and investment in support services, fighting campaigns to bring together a united, fighting and winning Welfare campaign.

Plain text manifesto
 

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Voting takes place during our National Conference at the Glasgow SECC between Tuesday 27 and Thursday 29 March 2018.

For further information about all our candidates, including a list of nominees for each, please download our Conference Document 12. The deadline to challenge nominations of candidates based on their eligibility to stand for election is Friday 2 March at 12 noon. All challenges need to be sent to governanceteam@nus.org.uk

For more information about our elections, please visit conference.nusconnect.org.uk/elections.

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