These campaigns exist to represent the interests of the students who define themselves as belonging to them and to fight against discrimination wherever it takes place.
If you have any questions about our Liberation groups, please contact email@example.com
Each year we send students from our Liberation Groups to represent GCU at Scottish and UK level conferences within the National Union of Students. These events set the national policy for these Liberation Campaigns and elect their national leadership. The Students' Association covers all expenses associated with attending these events.
This year we will be sending delegates to all NUS Scotland Liberation Conferences, all taking place at the Norton Park Conference Centre in Edinburgh. If you are interested in going to one of the conferences, see below for the date of the conference and who to contact to put yourself up to be a delegate:
|Liberation Group||Date of Conference||Contact||Email Address|
|LGBT+||Thursday 6th April 2017||LGBT+ Officer - Sophie Nichollsfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Black Students*||Friday 7th April 2017||BME Officers - Tanya Ziyenge and Aughna Ikhaqemail@example.com|
|Women||Wednesday 19th April||Student Voice
|Disabled Students||Thursday 20th April||Student Voice
*Black students is a political term that relates to those who self-define as being black or belonging to an ethnic minority (African, Arab, Asian and Caribbean) heritage.
Nominations for NUS Scotland Liberation delegates will close at Thursday 9th March at 12 noon. Liberation Groups will then select their delegates by Friday 17th March at 5pm.