48 Candidates, 552 voters, 48 hours of voting and we’re now pleased to announce that the successful candidates in the October 2018 Union Council elections are:
BME (Black and Minority Ethnic) Officer
Disabled Students’ Officer
Gender Equality Officer
ISABEL MARTIN GARCIA
International Students’ Officer (EU)
ANASTASIA SOFIA SEMAAN
International Students’ Officer (Overseas)
MUHAMMAD HASSAN IDREES
LGBT Officer (Open Place)
LGBT Officer (Women’s Place)
Mature Students Officer
Part-time Students Officer
Placement Students Officer (Education)
Placement Students Officer (Health)
Postgraduate Students Officer
Student Reps Officer
Student Trustee (x2)
Transgender / Non-Binary Officer
Union Council Chair
Thank you to everyone who took part in the elections whether standing for a position or taking the time to vote.
What is Union Council?
Students’ Unions are one of the most democratic membership organisations in the UK. Every one of them has its own structure for debating ideas and campaigns and making decisions. They’re run by students who are elected by students – and everyone can have their say.
Here at Christ Church SU, our democratic structure is called Union Council.
The Council meets at least 5 times a year and produces policy which is created from issues affecting students which can be to do with your life, your university life or your union.
The council also runs campaigns to change things for the better of the student experience and the community, and to create awareness about issues which matter to you.