Part of NUS Black Student Campaign “Operation: Black Students’ Representation” election special by NUS BSC president; Aaron Kiely… #OBSR 3: For a more diverse NUS National Conference
NUS National Conference is the largest democratic event of the student movement where the leadership of NUS is elected and the policies set. However this Conference often has too few Black students in attendance.
Though the NUS Black Students’ Campaign leadership has a proud history of participation in this Conference, often submitting motions and actively engaging in the democracy, we need your support and we need you to be elected as an official delegate to the Conference. Many elections take place early in the academic year, so it’s vital you stand, campaign and win.
Contact your Students’ Union to find out when your elections are happening and run!
Get in touch with Aaron and the NUS Black Students’ Campaign committee;
e-update list: https://www.jiscmail.ac.uk/bsc
NUS Connect: http://www.nusconnect.org.uk/campaigns/black/
*Black is a political term inclusive of African, Asian, Arab and Caribbean.
Lookout for the next post with another of Aaron’s key points #4 – ‘I Will… Lead the Way’ – #SheShouldStand
Please support by retweeting #OBSR tweets for our role models to tweet words of encouragement to black students to run for elections!
#OBSR 1: Make Black history in your Students’ Union and run in elections!
#OBSR 2: Creating a Black Students’ Officer in your Union
The inBox: Operation Black Students’ Representation elections special!
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