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Candidate for the position of Community and Welfare Officer

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Faye Brookes Lewis

Vote Fair. Vote Fun. Vote Faye.

Vote FAIR, Vote FUN, Vote FAYE for your Community and Welfare Officer!

Voting FAIR means …

Accessibility

  • Making it easier to access hardship funds 
  • Improved accessibility training for societies
  • Making campus more physically accessible 

Improving Wellbeing Services:

  • Introducing a complaints system for problems with wellbeing services
  • Consistency across departments for Inclusion Plans
  • Ensuring private rooms for meetings with support workers

Voting FUN means …

Fabulous Fun Days at the SU!: Weekly events designed to put a smile on your face including pizza, puppies, film screenings and more!

De-stressing and Unwinding:  Free events to improve your wellbeing, focusing on mindfulness, self care tips and all aspects of your mental and physical health.

Voting FAYE means...

Experience: Having been Disabled Students’ Officer, I have insight into how LSE works. If elected for C&W, I will be able to push for greater change.

Liberation: Liberation is at the heart of welfare. I will work with liberation officers to make sure all voices are heard.

Representation: I want to be there for all students, ready to listen to all your concerns and comments.

Club and Society Endorsements: 

Bangla Society - Cocktail Society - Cricket - Drama Society - Geography & Environment Society - Hindu Society - Intersectional Feminist Society - Islamic - Labour and Cooperative - Netball - Nordic Society - Pride: Gender and Sexual Diversity Alliance - Social Mobility Society - Welsh Society - Women Leaders of Tomorrow - Women's Rugby - British People of Colour - Hockey


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