Students fighting to defend the NHS about sexual health and the importance of the NHS to women's liberation.
Anyway, following this grand gesture I later met up with the LGBT officer from Birkbeck and our very own ULU LGBT+ Officer to talk about Queer Self Defence Training. Our student activities dude is off on leave at the moment but I will be discussing this with him as soon as he gets back and we can get this plan into action.
www.ulu.co.uk) very fun looking, gah my sabb photo really isn't my best look :P
My morning started with a great meeting with a female student about a Sudanese girls' Mentoring scheme that she wanted help advertising. After that meeting I spent the rest of the day mostly working on the online launch of the ULU liberation Network. If you are a student liberation activists and you have an event or two coming up, I'm currently sorting out the ULU Liberation Network website so if you want your event advertised please send me info, along with the venue, date, time and accessibly details. Either send me a message on here or to firstname.lastname@example.org
I try to avoid working on the weekends but you know. On Saturday I attended my first Abortion Rights UK Committee meeting (prochoice students ftw) and on Sunday (today) attended my first Hollaback! site training webinar. *Exhale* BYE!