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Candidate for the position of Class Liberation Officer



Empower low socio-economic students to succeed and prosper!

My mission is to make LSE an environment that empowers, supports, and uplifts low-socioeconomic students to thrive and enjoy their university experience.


My main aims as Class Liberation Officer would be:

  • Improve accessibility of financial support

    • Simpler application process for hardship funds

    • Quicker application process for emergency financial funds

    • More clarity and information about financial support

  • Encourage a community culture amongst low socio-economic students

    • Regular social events

    • Support workshops for low socio-economic students with key information about campus life

  • Organise personalised career support for students from low socio-economic backgrounds

    • Personalised one-to-one career advice sessions for these students

    • Long-term mentoring scheme with LSE alumni for these students

    • Networking sessions with professionals from similar backgrounds

These policies are necessary for students of low socio-economic backgrounds to feel included, supported and empowered.

Coming from a non-selective state school, I've firsthand encountered the challenges of being from a low socio-economic background. This has equipped me with the insight to identify and tackle key issues, paving the way for a positive university experience for disadvantaged students.

Vote for me to drive actionable change at LSE!

If you have any questions, feel free to contact me.

Instagram: @tanzila_for_classlibofficer 


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