NUS 100 has been a key priority for the last year. It is a framework designed to take NUS up to its hundredth year, in six years’ time. It is a roadmap to strengthen and build the organisation, and the wider movement, so that together we can achieve our ultimate aims.
The strategic framework is underpinned by a solid, principled theory of change that we have developed through extensive consultations and engagement with students’ unions over the last year. It is based on what you told us you were working on, and on what you told us you wanted NUS to be.
So what do we want achieve?
NUS 100 sets out four key areas:
Everyone can access and excel in post 16 education
The learner voice creates change in education
Wellbeing and welfare are central to the student experience
Students should be confident to engage in civic life
And how will we achieve this?
Again we have summarised this into four key areas:
Supporting excellence in students’ unions
Developing a strong and influential collective voice
Putting data, evidence and digital at the heart of our movement