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Candidate for the position of Neurodivergent and Disabled Students' Officer

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Archie Mitchell

Bringing accessibility, inclusivity, and fidget toys to the table!

As the current Neurodivergent Students’ Officer, I have taken great pride in representing the Neurodivergent and Disabled community over the past year. I am, therefore, excited to seek re-election within the newly merged role of Neurodivergent and Disabled Students’ Officer. Receiving a second term in office will allow me to continue our fight to create a more disability-friendly LSE, with a particular focus on achieving:

  • Creating an Accessible Welcome Week: To help Neurodivergent and Disabled students transition to LSE, I will organise a series of disability-focused Welcome-Week events, in addition to advocating for greater inclusivity across the wider event schedule.
  • Continued Advocaction towards LSE Departments: Working with LSE Life and the Library has delivered rewarding results this year, with a Neurodiversity Peer-Mentoring scheme now in the pipeline! Re-election will allow me to continue this productive process.
  • More Inclusive LSESU Societies and Sports Clubs: I will empower clubs and societies to be more inclusive by developing new training and resources within the Students' Union, preventing exclusion.

To create a truly disability-friendly university, LSE needs to hear the voices of Neurodivergent and Disabled students, alongside recognising the diversity in our experiences. Providing a mandate to me, will ensure our voices are heard

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