Tuesday 06-09-2016 - 10:28
On Tuesday 13 September the National Executive Council will meet for the second time in 2016/17. At the meeting council members will hold officers to account for their work since July. Council members have submitted 13 motions for debate at this meeting. To view these and the rest of the papers visit the NEC Hub.
Who's who on the NEC?
The National Executive Council is made up of elected Officers and Councillors. Visit the NEC Hub to find out more about who they are and what they do.
What's happening at the next meeting?
National Executive Council Meeting 2 takes place on 13 September 2016. This meeting is the second in the year cycle. The papers, officer reports and motions submitted by council members are all online for you to view and circulate.
The following motions have been submitted for debate, they can be found on the NEC Hub:
Motion 1: Islamophobia Awareness Month
Motion 2: Supporting the Junior Doctors
Motion 3: The National Education Service
Motion 4: Opposing Repression in Turkey
Motion 5: Defend Education – no fees and cuts: protest outside Tory Party Conference 2016
Motion 6: Extend the No Platform Policy Online
Motion 7: Disabled Students and Accessibility at United for Education Demo
Motion 8: PREVENT review
Motion 9: Brexit
Motion 10: Scrutiny Panels
Motion 11: NUS London to be accepted as a full associate member of NUS UK
Motion 12: Practical Support for International Students Post Brexit Vote
Motion 14: All lives won't matter, until #BlackLivesMatter