Woman's Welfare Officer

Woman's welfare officer ESTHER AKINOLA

Welfare before any other thing.

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Hello, my name is Esther Akinola and I’m a 3rd year Architecture student running to be your next Women’s Officer.  It is important that the Women’s Campaign continues to be an active campaign that works both in partnership the university for the liberation of all women and non-binary students. 

If elected, I pledge to:

 

Actively listen, support and address any issues concerning women at UWE;

First to ensure that there is a safe space for women to speak up about their issues - whether publicly or discreetly.

 

Work with other officers like the VP community/welfare and the LGBT+ officers to raise awareness about its campaigns and workshop;

Making known to students that they too can come forward with any sexual harassments they seem to have faced within or outside the university premises.

 

Picking up any previous unfinished work with other liberation officers (black minority ethnicity officer); 

To increase diversity and inclusion especially in relation to international students and Women of Colour. 

 

Raise awareness for mental health issues and disability;

Working with UWE SU with regards to the UWE mental Health lab for Healthcare to help students facing Mental Health issues.

 

I am very passionate about representing the student body here at UWE and I hope you will help me archieve my dream in this line. 

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