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Campaigning for change
campaigning for change

Huddersfield Students’ Union is launching Liberation Campaign Networks. We aim to stand with Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME), disabled, women and LGBTQ+ students all across campus.

The aim of the campaign networks is to lead campaigns as an authentic network to make change. These network groups will work together to ensure intersectionality of campaigns and ensure their identities are liberated together.

It is important to recognise the differences and uniqueness of every group.

The LGBT+ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Campaign) is for students who identify under the umbrella of LGBT+ in some way, including those who identify as asexual, intersex, queer and questioning. It is to create awareness amongst everyone on campus that LGBT+ lives matter and it is important to have a platform where they are free to express their struggles, address them to the relevant people and find a way to overcome them together within a safe community.

We believe that everyone is equal and their voices are important and deserve to be heard.

Not sure what different terms mean?

Check out our Be Brave With Language Sheets for Gender Identity and Sexual Orientation.

So, if you are one (or more) of these:

  • BAME Ambassadors
  • Disabled Students
  • LGBTQ+ Students
  • Women Students

and you want to help campaign for equality for all then apply below