LSESU has six assemblies where like minded students discuss how to create a better Union, University and Society. Every meeting is chaired by an elected officer and anyone who attends can ask questions about the progress of the assembly’s activities. You can follow the assemblies over on the LSESU blog, where the officers will be posting updates about their campaigns.
Assemblies are a vital part of being a democratic, member-led organisation, so please take the opportunity to get involved. If you have any questions feel free to contact the Democracy Committee on firstname.lastname@example.org
or contact the relevant Officer.
Anti-Racism Campaign shall:
Discuss ideas and run campaigns to tackle racism, challenge stereotypes and promote equality.
Consider the equality and diversity commitments of the Union and the University and suggest ideas to deliver and extend these.
Disabled Students Campaign
Disabled Students Campaign shall:
Discuss ideas and run campaigns to promote disability, challenge stereotypes and improve disabled access.
Work closely with the Disability & Wellbeing Office to communicate issues faced by disabled students and ensure that the School abides by its Equality & Diversity policy.
| International Students Officer
The International Students Assembly will:
Discuss ideas and run campaigns to celebrate the cultural diversity of LSE’s campus and ensure that the School listens and understands the concerns of international students.
Assist in the organisation of International Week and Languages Day.
Work with the Students’ Union in the organisation of an orientation programme for new students.
The Women’s Campaign will:
Discuss ideas and run campaigns to promote the positive role of women within the Union, University and wider society.
Assist in the organisation of activities for International Women’s Day and Reclaim the night march.
Establish and maintain contact with groups and organisations which work and provide information on Women’s issues.
Environment and Ethics
The Environment and Ethics Campaign shall:
Discuss ideas and run campaigns to promote Environment and Ethical issues on campus and in wider society.
Assist in the organisation of activities for Green Week, Relove Fair and Food Co-Op.
Work closely with the School’s Sustainability Team on green initiatives.
The LGBT Alliance is an organisation led by and for LGBT students, and exists to promote the interests and views of lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, queer, questioning and asexual students at LSE.
As part of its mission, the LGBT Alliance coordinates campaign work to improve the rights of LGBT people, puts on social and careers events, and provides information, advice and support for LGBT students.
If you have questions about what the LGBT Alliance does, please contact the LGBT Officer, or visit the Alliance website.