Find out who is running for the available positions
You get to vote for who should represent you both at UWE Bristol and on the national stage at both the National Union of Students National Conference and Liberation Conference.
Voting will be open from Monday 17 October at 10:00. You can vote here www.thestudentsunion.co.uk/vote during those times.
If you have any questions about, or issues with, the elections please contact the Elections team via SUElections@uwe.ac.uk
The positions up for elections are...
Disabled Students’ Officer
Black Minority Ethnic (BME) Officer
Glenside Campus Officer
City Campus Officer
Men’s Welfare Officer
Democratic Procedures Officer - four positions
NUS Liberation Conference Delegate - Between one and three* reserved positions
NUS National Conference Delegate - Ten positions
* = Subject to outcomes of Disabled Students Officer and BME Officer elections, as they will have first preference for two of the reserved places.
Some candidates did not arrange for a candidate briefing and have not been entered into the election. Candidates must have received a briefing prior to 16:00 Friday 14 October.
Below are the candidates for each of the positions, you can view the candidates’ manifestos, if submitted, by clicking on their names. You must be logged in in order to see their manifestos.
Opeyemi Adeboye Kareem
Mens Welfare Officer
Fayaz Abdul Kareem
Democratic Procedures Officer (four Places)
NUS National Conference Delegate (ten places, of which five are reserved for self defining women)
Zainab, no manifesto submitted
NUS Liberation Conference Delegates (one to three reserved positions)
RON (Re-Open Nominations) is a candidate in each of the elections, if you are not happy with the candidates in an election, you can vote to have us re-run that elections by voting for RON in that election. If RON wins we will re run the that election.
Results will be announced at 15:00 Friday 21 October.
If you have any questions about, or issues with, the elections please contact the deputy returning officer team via SUElections@uwe.ac.uk
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