I will represent your voice on welfare and community related issues and work to ensure that our community is truly inclusive and engaging for all.
On Thursday 21 March, the first UWE Bristol’s Got Talent was held at The Students’ Union. As one of my manifesto points, I organised UWE Bristol’s Got Talent to provide students with a platform to showcase their talent and help create awareness of the diverse talent that exists at UWE Bristol.
The Welfare Awards were held at The Students’ Union at UWE on Monday 8 April. The awards recognise the hard work and dedication that both students and staff have put into supporting Welfare and wellbeing at UWE Bristol. Some key campaigns that our nominees have worked on include; Feel Good February, the #SpeakUp Campaign, Movember and Multicultural Week.
Find out who has been shortlisted from the nominations for the Welfare Awards
This was a week-long campaign that began on 8 October with a range of activities across our campus sites. The main aim of this campaign was to continue to raise the awareness of Mental health on our campuses, inform both new and returning students about the importance of self-care, the support services available so they are able to effectively signpost others and share student views on both mental and physical health.
This October, we ran our Black History Month campaign with the theme 'Honouring our Roots and Creating our Futures'. The campaign was aimed at celebrating the culture, origins, histories and achievements of African and Caribbean communities.
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Organise a talent show
Work with the UWE Bristol regarding student timetables
Increase on campus advertisement of student events and businesses
HUB Radio and wellbeing service radio programme
APT mental health training
Evaluate the efficiency of the wellbeing services
The availability of additional lounge areas