The Liberation Conference brings together activists from NUS Liberation campaigns to build campaigns, make policy and discuss issues affecting students from Liberation groups. Liberation is important to NUS because our identities affect our participation, achievement and progression in education.
NUS Liberation campaigns support and fights for the rights of Black*, Disabled, LGBT+, Trans and Women students. Each of the campaigns is represented at the Conference with space for attendees to discuss matters relevant to members from the Liberation groups represented.
The Conference is used to discuss policy, hold Officers to account and hold elections.
This year as we move to a new Democratic model and look to implement Reform of NUS, there will be exciting changes to how the conference runs and how your delegates interact with it.
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*The term ‘Black’ is used to refer to African, Asian, Arab and Caribbean people and those who selfdefine as Black.