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Liberation Campaigns

Your Liberation Campaigns focus on the rights of people who are often underrepresented or disadvantaged.

Liberation Campaigns are made up of and led by students who self-identify within the group. They provide a space to share experiences, discuss issues, and raise awareness and campaign for change.

 

BLACK, ASIAN, MINORITY AND ETHNIC COMMITTEE (BAME)

The BAME Committee exists to voice the concerns, address the issues of, and improve the educational and social environment for Ethnic Minority Students in Hull at both undergraduate and graduate level.

The Chair of the BAME Students’ Committee, as a representative of the Committee and the students they represent, has a vote on Union Council.

Follow the BAME Committee on Twitter.

 


DISABLED STUDENTS COMMITTEE

The Disabled Students’ committee aims to remove the stigma from all disabilities, challenge perceptions and encourage all members of our society to take a positive attitude towards understanding the nature of disability and overcoming prejudices. They also help to signpost students to the University of Hull’s Disabilities Services who can help with numerous support issues.

The Chair of the Disabled Students’ Committee, as a representative of the Committee and the students they represent, has a vote on Union Council.

Follow the University of Hull Disabled Students Committee on Facebook. 

 


WOMEN'S COMMITTEE

The Women's Committee works for women through welfare support and to eliminate all forms of gender disadvantage. The committee provides a wide variety of services, resources and events for women in at the University of Hull.

The Chair of the Women’s Committee, as a representative of the Committee and the students they represent, has a vote on Union Council.

Follow the Women's Committee on Facebook.

Follow the Women's Committee on Twitter.

 


LESBIAN GAY BISEXUAL TRANSGENDER+ (LGBT+)

LGBT+ aims to support the needs of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender students, ensuring that they have a voice on campus and a place to meet other LGBT+ people.

We have a diverse University population and sexual preference and gender identity can mean many things. The plus of LGBT+ reflects the welcoming definitions of the committee, which is open to everyone including straight allies.

The Chair of the LGBT+ Students’ Committee, as a representative of the Committee and the students they represent, has a vote on Union Council.

Find out more on the University of Hull LGBT+ website, connect with them on Facebook or follow them on Twitter.

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University of Hull,
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Hull,
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