Tag Archives: Democracy

Lincoln SU issues further comment after bye-law changes win student approval

Lincoln Students' Union (SU)

The University of Lincoln’s Students’ Union has issued an additional statement commenting on changes to its bye-laws, after students voted through amendments at a meeting last night.

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SU democracy to change after students approve bye-law amendments

Lincoln Students' Union (SU)

Democratic procedures at the University of Lincoln’s Students’ Union are to be changed, after bye-law amendments were voted through at a student meeting last night.

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LIVE BLOG: New free speech motion to be voted on at SU student meeting

Hello and welcome to The Linc’s live coverage of this afternoon’s All Student Members Meeting (ASM), which includes a new motion on freedom of speech, as well as proposals on free higher education and mental health first aid.

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Tonight: student council reviews SU democracy

University of Lincoln Students' Union building

Tonight sees the first student council of 2015, where student representatives will vote on two major issues: a change in the Students’ Union’s democratic process, and the blacklisting of organisations that have been deemed discriminatory.

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Victory for democracy at SU All Students Meeting

Thanks to support from Lincoln students, the motion against The Linc was defeated. Read about this and the other motions at the All Students Meeting.

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Free speech campaign

The University of Lincoln’s Students’ Union is trying to limit the extent to which they can be held to account.

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