The National Union of Students (NUS) is a national union that represents hundreds of different Students' Unions from universities and colleges across the country (including the University of Suffolk Students' Union). It works to tackle national issues that affect students. You can find out more about NUS on their website.
Every year NUS holds its annual conference, where every Students' Union member can send delegates to vote on policies aimed at improving student experience across the country.
Your delegates this year were
They represented you at conference this year on 28-29th March in Liverpool. FInd out more about the conference here.
You can read their reports as delegates below - these reports will tell you what they got up to at conference and their views on key issues that were discussed at conference.
NUS Liberation Conference brings together Black*, Disabled, LGBT+, Trans and Women Students together to build communities of activists and plan our campaigning work. You can find out more about Liberation Conference here.
Earlier this year some of your part-time officers attended NUS Liberation Conference, discussing and voting on issues relating to their liberation group. Check out their conference reports below to see their thoughts on conference and how they voted.