WHAT IS STUDENT PARLIAMENT?

 

This is where elected representatives from the three campuses meet to vote on policies and shape the direction of the SU. Student Parliament meets once a month. At these meetings, the representatives also hold the elected sabbatical and student community officers,  to account and ensure that issues are raised and addressed in the appropriate manner.

 

WHO SITS ON PARLIAMENT?

 

Representatives are volunteering students that are elected by their fellow students,  to represent the communities that they are part of. This way we try to ensure that all the communities are represented and have a voice in our SU.

 

WHO attends the meetings?

 

Besides the Sabbatical officers, the Student Community Officers and Elected Representatives, anyone can attend to observe.

 

Come and join us!

 

 

Please see below who represents you:

 

 

 

  NEXT MEETING:

14th December   18:30

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NEXT MEETING'S AGENDA

LAST MEETING'S MINUTES

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22/23 Student Parliament calendar

Parliament 1 18th October. 18:30
Parliament 2 15th November. 18:30
Parliament 3 14th December. 18:30
Parliament 4 31st January. 18:30
Parliament 5 21st February. 18:30
Parliament 6  21st March. 18:30
Parliament 7 16th May. 18:30

 

GET IN  TOUCH with us: suparli@essex.ac.uk

Sabbatical Officers

COLCHESTER REPRESENTATIVES

Student Community Officers

 

Blades

CAMPUS CHAIR

International Students

BLACK STUDENTS

ASIAN STUDENTS

MINORITY ETHNIC STUDENTS

WOMEN STUDENTS

LGBTQ+

 

STUDENT PARENTS & Carers

Societies

Students With Disabilities

Mature Students

Postgraduate Students

Commuting Students

V - Team

REBEL

SUSTAINABILITY

 Student Staff

FAITH

 

EDUCATION

SOUTHEND REPRESENTATIVES

Student Community Officers

       

EAST 15

CAMPUS CHAIR

EBS

HSC

POSTGRAD E15

POSTGRAD HSC

POSTGRAD EBS

LOUGHTON Executive REPRESENTATIVES

We have made some changes to the Loughton Parliament structure, please see below what it's all about: 

The Representatives for Loughton now are "Members of the Loughton Executive"

They will :  

  • represent all students at Loughton fairly at parliament   
  • support the East 15 Loughton President in collecting student feedback and representing their voice further  
  • support engagement activities/ events where relevant  
  • build relationships within the Loughton community  
  • be a key contact for people to talk about Loughton East 15
  • encourage members to participate in all areas of the Students’ Union at Loughton 
  • engage with relevant communities and act as the gateway to them 
  • work as a team with other Loughton exec members and the East 15 Loughton President  

We recognise that this role does not represent specific communities in the same way that the other Parlaiments are structured, however as part of this new way of working we would ensure that if an issue is impacting a specific community, then an individual who identifies as part of that community is co-opted into parliament for the duration of the discussion of that issue. This structure has been put in place to reflect the needs and requirments of the Loughton campus.

EAST 15 PRESIDENT

   

Loughton Execs