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Student Members' Meetings

The Student Members' Meeting is a monthly meeting open to all students, where you can find out what your elected Student Representatives have been up to and debate policy that shapes LSESU's campaigns.

About Student members' Meetings

Student Members' Meetings are one of the main ways in which you can democratically engage and create change within your Students' Union and LSE. They are held once a month. All LSE students are encouraged to attend, and can vote on any motions that have been discussed at a meeting.


It's your time to vote! Voting is open from 7pm Monday 13th to 5pm Tuesday 14th - make your voice heard!

There are no current motions right now, check back another time!

How to submit a motion

If you want to change something in the Union, submitting a motion is one of the best ways to make change. If your motion passes:

  • It will become LSESU’s policy on this topic for the next three years.
  • It will inform the Union’s stance on a global issue
  • Your elected Student Representatives will lobby the School on a particular issue

Submitting a motion is simple. Visit our Student Members' Meetings Guide page to create the change you want to see and then send your completed motion via email to, or via the form below.

There are some things that cannot be changed via a Student Members' Meeting motion, such as anything that commits the Union to spending money. If this is the case, the Democracy Committee will get in touch to discuss the next steps for you.

Get support with your motion

If you’re not sure exactly what to put in your motion, fill in our online form and someone from the Democracy Committee will get back to you.

UPCOMING Meeting Dates

  • 13 June, 5:30pm

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