Current Campaigns

Lilian Knowles Rent Strike Campaign 2020

Lilian Knowles Rent Strike

While LSE has released students in all other LSE residences from their contracts , should that be the wish of the tenant, Sanctuary Students are refusing to allow students at Lilian Knowles to end their contracts early.

Many students left London during March in order to be with their families during the coming weeks and months, and also lost livelihoods such as part-time jobs. However, despite no longer staying in the halls, they are still being forced to pay.

We think this is deeply unfair, and demand action from Sanctuary Students and LSE.

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Covid-19 Response

LSESU Covid-19 Response

Covid-19 has had an unprecedented impact on the student community and we understand this is a scary time for many. Exams are tough enough without factoring in a pandemic and so we’re working hard to ensure LSE acts in your best interests.

Your Sabbatical Officer team are reviewing student feedback weekly and contacting LSE to lobby for updates and changes to their process during this time.

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Hands Off LSE

Hands Off

'Hands Off LSE' is a week of events to raise awareness of sexual violence on campus and further afield. The campaign ran events from the 2nd to the 5th December to provoke discussions about how sexual violence can be tackled and what can be done.

The campaign will also work with the LSE to improve the provision for survivors for sexual assault. 

Find more information on Facebook and Instagram.

Read the UGM motion here and an article from the Beaver about it here.

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Climate Emergency

Climate Emergency Collective

The LSE Climate Emergency Collective is a group of academics, staff and students who care desperately about the climate and ecological crisis.

We call upon our institution to recognise this and declare a climate emergency.

We have promised the LSE community that where the School drags its feet, we will take action to return the Climate and Ecological Emergency to the centre of attention.

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Find more information on Twitter.

Read the UGM motion here and an article from the Beaver about it here.

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