Create ULU part-time liberation officers

Students' Unions have a long history of engagement in liberation politics and can play an important role within these movements. 

ULU represents over 120k students, approximately half of those are women and we have thousands of black, LGBT and disabled students. ULU scrapped its liberation officers just a few years ago. It's unacceptable for a Union as large as ULU to not have guaranteed black, LGBT, Women's and Disabled representation. 

This petition is to support the creation of part-time liberation officers (Women’s, Black, LGBT and Disabled) in time for the 2013 ULU elections.

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    Jane, United States

    2 years ago Comments: Parents and others who will be badly afeetcfd by this outrageous regressive policy have left too much of the responsibility for protesting to unselfish current students. We all ought to be supporting this mass march to parliament. What time will the assembly begin in Mallet Street? I will be travelling to London and hope to be in time to join the march. Incidentally, the notion of a graduate tax is the second best approach. The best is a simple rise in the higher rate of taxation. Even if those earning this sort of money, including me, are not graduates they will undoubtedly will have benefited from those who have has higher education without having to worry about tuition costs.
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