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Representative Elections 2017

There are five Representatives, representing the following groups of students: Student Parents, Mature Students, Part-Time Students, First Generation Scholars Students and International Students. Representatives actively work to ensure that the views and needs of the relevant group are considered within the Union and University community.

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First Generation Scholars' Representative

They actively work to ensure that the views and needs of the relevant group are considered within the Union and University community. They sit on Union Council and relevant committees.
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International Students' Representative

They actively work to ensure that the views and needs of the relevant group are considered within the Union and University community. They sit on Union Council and relevant committees.

The Representatives shall:

1. Attend meetings of Union Council, Union’s Equality & Diversity Steering Group, and other Union and University meetings as notified. 

2. Be aware of issues and areas of concern within the specific student group and communicate these to the Union and/or University.

3. Develop and maintain active links with the relevant group/society and work with them to fulfil the above aims.  Where there is no active group/society, work with Union officers towards the formation of such a group. 

4. Promote the Students’ Union’s full range of activities to the relevant students and encourage them to play a full part in their Union.

5. Run, with other relevant Officers, campaigns relating to the issues identified, and promote key calendar dates and events relating to their role.

6. Work with relevant contacts within NUS and the wider community to inform, support and build national campaigns relating to their role.

 
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Mature Students' Representative

They actively work to ensure that the views and needs of the relevant group are considered within the Union and University community. They sit on Union Council and relevant committees.

The Representatives shall:

1. Attend meetings of Union Council, Union’s Equality & Diversity Steering Group, and other Union and University meetings as notified. 

2. Be aware of issues and areas of concern within the specific student group and communicate these to the Union and/or University.

3. Develop and maintain active links with the relevant group/society and work with them to fulfil the above aims.  Where there is no active group/society, work with Union officers towards the formation of such a group. 

4. Promote the Students’ Union’s full range of activities to the relevant students and encourage them to play a full part in their Union.

5. Run, with other relevant Officers, campaigns relating to the issues identified, and promote key calendar dates and events relating to their role.

6. Work with relevant contacts within NUS and the wider community to inform, support and build national campaigns relating to their role.

 
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Part-time Students' Representative

They actively work to ensure that the views and needs of the relevant group are considered within the Union and University community. They sit on Union Council and relevant committees.

The Representatives shall:

1. Attend meetings of Union Council, Union’s Equality & Diversity Steering Group, and other Union and University meetings as notified. 

2. Be aware of issues and areas of concern within the specific student group and communicate these to the Union and/or University.

3. Develop and maintain active links with the relevant group/society and work with them to fulfil the above aims.  Where there is no active group/society, work with Union officers towards the formation of such a group. 

4. Promote the Students’ Union’s full range of activities to the relevant students and encourage them to play a full part in their Union.

5. Run, with other relevant Officers, campaigns relating to the issues identified, and promote key calendar dates and events relating to their role.

6. Work with relevant contacts within NUS and the wider community to inform, support and build national campaigns relating to their role.

 
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Student Parents' Representative

They actively work to ensure that the views and needs of the relevant group are considered within the Union and University community. They sit on Union Council and relevant committees.

The Student Parents Representative shall:

1. Attend meetings of Union Council, Union’s Equality & Diversity Steering Group, and other Union and University meetings as notified. 

2. Be aware of issues and areas of concern within the specific student group and communicate these to the Union and/or University.

3. Develop and maintain active links with the Student Parent Association and work with them to fulfil the above aims.  Where there is no active group/society, work with Union officers towards the formation of such a group. 

4. Promote the Students’ Union’s full range of activities to the relevant students and encourage them to play a full part in their Union.

5. Run, with other relevant Officers, campaigns relating to the issues identified, and promote key calendar dates and events relating to their role.

6. Work with relevant contacts within NUS and the wider community to inform, support and build national campaigns relating to their role.

 
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