Throughout the course of a year the Students' Union will tackle a number of campaigns. This often takes the form of a week of action and consists of everything from hosting events, lobbying the College and other organistions, taking part in national demonstrations and more.
These campaigns are generally led by a sabbatical officer although our part-time officers and other elements of the student body can take the lead on a campaign that is close to their heart while receiving Students' Union backing.
If there's a campaign you'd like to see the Students' Union tackle you can submit it to the Bright Ideas platform or if you're simply looking for advice on running a campaign and want to see how the Union can support you, please email email@example.com, or our Campaigns and Communications Coordinator Emma Underwood at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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