Organise a Student Question Time on your campus
In the run up to the General Election the Student Assembly Against Austerity is coordinating a national tour of Student Question Times to put the demands of the student movement high on the political agenda as we approach voting day on 7 May.
Join the national facebook event here.
Can we abolish tuition fees? Do protests work? What’s the alternative to austerity? Why is there always money for war and not education? How can we challenge the rising tide of racism? What would an ethical education look like?
We are inviting you to help us organise a Student Question Time on your campus. We want to bring together students, local politicians, youth representatives from major political parties and campaigners to debate these important questions and more in Question Time style events across the country.
Last autumn student leaders and activists launched ‘THE STUDENT MANIFESTO 2015’ – a list of 15 demands we are making of politicians and political parties in the run up to the General Election which encapsulates our vision of a free, accessible and ethical education.
Read and sign up to support ‘THE STUDENT MANIFESTO 2015’ demands here.
We want to take this national tour to as many campuses across the country as possible. Please email us today on firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to organise a meeting on your campus and to request a speaker from the Student Assembly Against Austerity.
We will offer help and support in getting your Student Question Time off the ground on your campus and link you up with your nearest People’s Assembly local group.
Contact us today to get involved!