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Candidate for the position of Class Liberation Officer



Thriving communities through equal opportunities.

My background

Being a first-generation student from a non-selective and under-performing state school I understand many of the obstacles you have faced to make it to LSE. My experience with kinship care was difficult and only my savings from work made moving out possible. The truth is money matters a lot and students from low-income backgrounds should not face extra hurdles at university.

My experience

I spent a year working at a law firm refining my admin skills, organising files and drafting legal documents. I wish to use these skills for your benefit, organising meetings, carrying out campaigns and voicing your ideas to the top of LSE.

My policies

  1. Promote confidence in coming from a low-socioeconomic and state-school background. After all, we are some of LSE's most resilient!
  2. Campaign for an enhanced hardship fund. Making sure everyone can participate fully in societies and expand accomodation support.
  3. Work with LSE, 93% Club and other societies to connect students with successful alumni from similar backgrounds.
  4. Subsidise food around campus.
  5. Zero-tolerance stance on class-based discrimination. Making sure everyone is treated equally with the respect and dignity they deserve.

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