Hi, I’m Bali!
I’m a master’s student in Political Sociology, with an undergraduate degree in Education.
I am committed to bringing together undergraduate and postgraduate students across faculties to make the most of LSE.
As a disabled, LGBT+ student, an inclusive and representative education is central to my ethos. I advocate foregrounding conversations on race, gender, class, sexuality, disability and the climate crisis.
I stand for:
- Reform course selection processes.
- Trial a ‘personal tutor’ alongside academic mentors.
- Create a ‘study space finder’.
- Introduce a dissertation grant.
- Ensure more quiet study spaces and plug sockets across campus.
- All essential readings made available online & library loans extended to a week.
- Address BAME attainment gaps and mandate compulsory diversity and unconscious bias training for teaching staff.
- Create better support and information for students to continue onto masters/PhDs.
- Implement insights from the LSE Change Makers.
- Mobilise the student voice for meaningful diversification of the curriculum.
- Effect a regular student-led teaching and learning review.
- Lobby for more funding for educational events such as Black History Month.
My campaign will bring a clearer, more accessible LSE that represents and integrates the student body as the core force of institutional and curricula change.