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  • Mon 17 Oct 2016 18:15

    Passionate about shaping the world around you? Want to make a lasting, positive impact on a cause you care deeply about? Have an idea for a campaign, but not quite sure where to start? Join LSESU Beyond The Classroom and the brand-new LSESU Campaigns Network for our upcoming inaugural evening event, ‘Aiming for Change: A workshop on Effective Campaigning Techniques’.  

    The event will be held 18:30 to 20:00 on Monday 24th October in the 1st Floor Café, Saw Swee Hock Student Centre. Register for a place now!

    Here you can benefit from the know-how of five experienced campaigners, who will be speaking and are eager to help you hone your skills. You’ll also have the chance to take part in some skills-based workshops, affect tangible, measurable difference to the world around you via activism and campaigning, and learn a range of techniques to help make your campaign stand out from the crowd.

    The event will be hosted by your Community and Welfare Officer Riham Mansour. The speakers coming along to help you develop, learn and grow your campaigning expertise are:

    Zainab Ali Khan and Billy Hill will be joining us from ONE; a campaigning and advocacy organisation of more than seven million people around the world taking action to end extreme poverty and preventable disease. ONE believes the fight against poverty isn’t about charity, but about justice and equality, and aims to empower small-holder farmers, to expand access to energy, and to combat corruption so governments are accountable to their citizens. 

    David Bridson from the Stroke Association, the UK’s leading stoke charity. David has been deeply involved with a number of public engagement campaigns. The Stroke Association’s research has helped improve treatments and care, which in turn has saved tens of thousands of lives.

    Bárbara Sepúlveda Hales who founded which is changing the law in Chile to make street harassment count as a violent act and make it illegal. They have now spread to 7 other countries too.

    Libby Abbott is an LSE alumni. She works for an international development charity and the official aid agency of the Catholic Church in England and Wales, CAFOD (the Catholic Agency for Overseas Development). Through local church partners, we help people directly in their own communities, and campaign for global justice, so that everyone can reach their full potential.

    Cerian Jenkins is a grassroots campaigner and activist who founded the national Gender Equality Network, and last year ran the international #ISeeTara Campaign which saw over 160,000 members of the public, press, and political landscape signing a petition to move a transwoman from an all-male prison to a safer location. She’s also behind the current #NotACompliment campaign to have hate crime legislation extended to cover gendered harassment. She’s a current MSc student here at LSE.

  • Mon 17 Oct 2016 12:50

    LSESU Intersectional Feminist Society will be holding a panel event highlighting the experiences of black women in academia

    Why are black women under-represented in academia? Why do black female academics experience a lack of visibility? What obstacles are there to academia for black women? What are black academics’ experiences of misogynoir?

    Join us in the 1st Floor Cafe of Saw Swee Hock Student Centre for a fantastic panel of Black female academics discussing their experiences and taking audience questions. This event is open to LSE students.

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  • Wed 12 Oct 2016 20:10

    Should the LSESU condemn the school and Noonan’s decision to dismiss a member of cleaning staff and campaign for her re-instatement


    Proposer - Angharad Hopkinson

    Seconder - Habisat Kemi Hadi 

    This Union Notes

    • This Union notes the dismissed member of cleaning staff started as a cleaner in 2004 and has since been promoted to supervisor, then office administration.
    • This Union notes that she has since been demoted and made redundant.
    • This Union notes that she was offered her original position as a cleaner, but she is unable to take that position because the skin on her hands has been seriously affected as a result of the chemicals used in her cleaning job previously.
    • This Union notes that the reason for her removal was because of a removal of 5 supervisor roles.

    This Union Believes

    • We believe that this is as a result of discrimination against the dismissed member of cleaning staff as a Latin American woman.
    • The removal of the 5 supervisor roles was intended to cut costs, rather than increase efficiency.
    • Her dismissal represents the consequence of competitive cleaning businesses cutting prices to gain business from LSE.

    This Union Resolves

    This Union resolves to campaign on the dismissed member of cleaning staff’s behalf to get her reinstated and to ensure there is a greater culture of respect for all of the cleaning staff.

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    The UGM to discuss this motion will be held tomorrow Thursday 13th October at 6:30pm

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