25 Feb 2011
Clare Solomon's election manifesto 'WE ARE GOING TO ROCK'
'WE ARE GOING TO ROCK ULU'
*ALL* University of London students can vote, ie, you do NOT need a ULU card.
The University of London Union needs a President who sticks to their manifesto pledges and defends education for all, unlike the Cleggs and Camerons of this world.
I promised a campaigning ULU: you got it, with ULU at the heart of the student protests over cuts and fees.
Voting details: ONLINE ONLY 9-16th March. Check your college inbox (and check spam) for your username and password. If you can't find it email email@example.com.
See all the manifestos at http://www.ulu.co.uk/elections/content/index.php?page=98225
I’m proud of the role ULU played in helping pull together the biggest student movement for a generation. ULU helped support occupations and demonstrations across the city, becoming a powerful voice for students in London and beyond. That’s a voice we will need over the coming year as education faces exceptionally tough times.
A more relevant, visible ULU means greater student engagement. ULU's turnover is up, with 11,000 more people through our doors than last year. I’ve organized events and conferences on everything from education to immigration, and widened ULU’s range of cultural activities, along with the NUS Black Students conference.
As promised, I’ve taken steps to improve ULU democracy, establishing the regular London Student Assemblies and ensuring Senate meetings are open to all. I want to build on this record by pushing ULU harder, improving our services and policies, and ensuring the London Living Wage is implemented here and across university institutions.
I will continue to work with and apply pressure on the NUS, working with them where possible and taking a lead where they fail us. I’m asking for your vote to ensure London students keep their union campaigning.
See my manifesto at ulucampaigner.wordpress.com and join in the campaigns.
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