Alongside NUS National Conference, NUS hosts Liberation Conference. The Liberation Conference for 2020 is set to take place from 27th-29th May 2020 at the Bliss Hotel on Southport’s waterfront.
Liberation Conference is usually attended by RUSU’s Part-time Officers, with the relevant officers travelling to conference to represent individual liberation groups. The conference brings together campaigners from across the country to discuss nationwide issues affecting students from within different liberation groups, and also hold NUS Officers to account.
The delegation will consist of up to two Black* Students, one Disabled student, one LGBT+ student, one Trans student, and one Woman student.
Due to the absence of a Trans Part-time Officer for the 2019/20 academic year, this position will be filled through an applications process. Potential applicants can download a role description and apply below.
Applications for the role of Trans Delegate are open from 09:00 on 9th March, to 12:00 on the 20th March 2020.
A report of what happened at Liberation Conference will be posted here following the event.
*NUS uses the term ‘Black’ to refer to African, Asian, Arab and Caribbean people and those who self define as Black
Apply for the Trans Delegate role now!