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The Equality Rally is Coming…

30 January 2012 » No Comments

February 15th is going to be a big night for equality at SUSU and you’d best be there. Working closely with the Feminist Society, VP Welfare and Communities and an external political campaign group ‘Compass Youth’, Equality and Diversity at SUSU (that’s me!) brings you a night of debate and discussion, all in the name […]

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The Importance of Protest

03 November 2011 » 2 Comments

Wednesday November 9th will be another history-making day for politics. Having lost the battle against the 9K university fees, students are still coming out in their droves to get riled up about cuts to education and the public sector. The NUS along with many other unions across the country have set the 9th as another […]

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E+D Forum – HELP ME!

21 October 2011 » No Comments

Rather than have another SUSU committee which requires rules and regulations and all that boring stuff, the maintenance of equality and diversity this year will be devised by myself and by a team of people I will be calling a ‘forum’. It won’t be a formal meeting, but something more casual, a place to chuck […]

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SUSU gets Diverse with Diwali

21 October 2011 » No Comments

We’re 3/4 of the way through October and Black History Month has been seriously shaking up some debate on campus. We had a pro/con argument feature in the Wessex Scene, we’ve had BHM album reviews in The Edge, we’ve had film screenings, a guest speaker, a cultural awareness day and it’s still not over! Check […]

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Black History Month

11 October 2011 » No Comments

So, October is upon us and aside from a severe dip in climate, we can also expect Black History Month! Far more pleasing, in my opinion. There’s lots of literature about BHM online and I urge you to read up on it, but to give you a brief outline, BHM came to the UK during […]

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A Brief Introduction

11 October 2011 » No Comments

Hello! My name is Chloe Green and I am SUSU’s Equality and Diversity Officer of 2011/12. I was voted for by you guys in last year’s elections and since then I have been working within SUSU to ensure that equality and diversity within the union is upheld and thriving. Behind the scenes, I sit on […]

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Wheelchair Basketball Demo Tomorrow at 2PM!!

08 May 2011 » No Comments

No plans for tomorrow afternoon? How about something a little alternative to an afternoon kick-about in the park, or a top up on the spray tan? The Hampshire Harriers, Southampton’s local wheelchair basketball team, are wheeling themselves into the Jubilee sports hall to present a demo of how those with physical disabilities slam dunk, dribble […]

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Interfaith Week 22nd- 28th November

21 November 2010 » No Comments

So tomorrow is the start of Interfaith Week and we have lots of exciting events planned for you! Monday 22nd, 2-4PM, The Cube. Debate: Science and Religion. This debate will be headed by Philosophy lecturer, Dr Neill and representatives from the different religious societies will be talking about how science relates to their religion. Come […]

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Equal Opportunities Drop In Sessions

17 November 2010 » No Comments

I am running drop in sessions fornightly on a Wednesday afternoon in SUAIC (above the Stags head). There is one today at 2-3PM! The drop ins are a chance to bring up any issues or concerns you have related to equal opportunities, or just to come and have a chat! The dates for the rest […]

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Anti-Bullying Week

15 November 2010 » No Comments

So this week is Anti-Bullying Week and we have a number of exciting events happening! All throughout the week we’re going to be selling Beat Bullying wrist bands for £1, they’re very lovely, woven and blue! We’ve got an Anti-Bullying Banner for you all to sign, look out for us on the concourse today and […]

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