As your full time paid student representative for welfare and equality at London South Bank University, Jannatul is responsible for ensuring your voice is heard on all issues relating to support, health, safety, wellbeing and inclusion.
Manifesto Pledge (March 2020)
Ensure that both student and full-time SU staff receive adequate mental health training to assure students are dealt with sensitively and appropriately, residing both on and off-campus.
Where students are matched with student mentors with similar issues and needs. More relatable to the students’ lives.
Sexual health drop-ins on both campuses with inclusive advice, support and testing – for a sex-positive university.
Work with the new LGBT+ Officer to ensure the University listens to and supports trans and non-binary students.
Keep open at least one level of both libraries for coursework and dissertation projects throughout the academic year.
Work with new BAME officer – no student should feel isolated or unrepresented by their ethnicity and race.
Allergen matrix for all the products at the Cafe and more Gluten/Dairy/Sugar-free and Vegan food. 15% discount in the cafeteria.
University’s participation in Mental Health Awareness Week and in LGBT History Month.
Ensuring that ALL students are properly represented and protected in halls of residence and on-campus – irrelevant to Part-Time students and DDS students.
Increasing awareness of different offers, policies or facilities by liaising with each school.
Increasing support for students in hardship and for International and EU students.
Instead of 3 instalments.
e.g toilet faults, enhanced water fountain provision due to limited availability across campus, lockers for students.
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