Liberation Groups

Your Liberation Groups focus on the rights of people who are often underrepresented or marginalised.

Liberation Groups represent and promote the views and interests of students who self-identify and/or support the rights of people who are from underrepresented and marginalised groups. The groups are an excellent way for students to build communities of support, challenge discrimination, oppression and inequality and work together to create change through collective action. They provide a space to share experiences, discuss issues and promote a sense of community among all students through activities and social events.

See below for a list of your Liberation Representatives.

BLACK, ASIAN, AND MINORITY ETHNIC (BAME) STUDENTS REPRESENTATIVE

The BAME Students Representative represents the interests of BAME students at the University of Hull and leads on projects and campaigns to address issues and concerns. They also help to signpost students to relevant support services and organisations who can help with numerous support needs.

The BAME Students Representative has a vote on Union Council.

DISABLED STUDENTS REPRESENTATIVE

The Disabled Students' Representative represents the interests of students with disabilities at the University of Hull and leads on projects and campaigns to address disability issues. They also help to signpost students to relevant support services and organisations who can help with numerous support needs.

The Disabled Students' Representative has a vote on Union Council.

WOMEN'S REPRESENTATIVE

The Women's Representative represents the interests of women students at the University of Hull and leads on projects and campaigns to address gender inequality and issues identified by women. They also help to signpost students to relevant support services and organisations who can help with numerous support needs.

The Women's Representative has a vote on Union Council.

LESBIAN, GAY, BISEXUAL AND TRANS+ (LGBT+) REPRESENTATIVE

The LGBT+ Representative represents the interests of students who identify as LGBT+ and/or are exploring their sexuality and gender identity. They also help to signpost students to relevant support services and organisations who can help with numerous support needs.

The LGBT+ Representative has a vote on Union Council.

TRANS REPRESENTATIVE

The Trans Representative represents students who identify as trans or are exploring their gender identity. They also help to signpost students to relevant support services and organisations who can help with numerous support needs.

The Trans Representative has a vote on Union Council.