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Voting opens Monday 16th March
Next: President of the SU
The following text was transcribed from the candidates 30 second interview.You can watch them all here.
Hi, I’m Alice Galatola and I’m running to be your Welfare and Equality Officer.
If elected I will fight for increased LGBT+ representation on campus, I will fight for sexual consent awareness and assistance for students struggling financially and distribution of drugs testing kits and alcohol awareness.
Hi, my name’s Georgia Corbett and I’m running to be your next Welfare and Equality Officer.
If you vote for me I hope to implement new inductions with information on Hate Crime and Sexual Violence. A Well-fair based around introducing you to external and internal support services and an international film and food festival to bring together all the communities at our University. Thank you.
Hi, I’m Nadia Ahmed and I’m a third year English Literature student and I am applying for Welfare and Equality Officer.
So, what I would like to change is I would like to increase the number of gender neutral toilets. I would like to have regular activist hours every week for people to come forward with things they would like to campaign about. I would also like to have a Visibility Month for minority groups and for body positive influencers. I would also like to lobby the University to decrease wait time for mental health services and to not limit the amount that someone can access resources.