Do you care about your education? Or that of your family in the future? Are you worried about getting a job? Want to make a difference?
This autumn, students and supporters will take to the streets of central London calling for a new generation of activists to set an agenda for the next General Election.
Northumbria Student’s Union is joining others across the country and going to London to help shape the future of Higher Education
Liam Burns, NUS President said, “You’ve got a lot to be angry about. You’ve had your education systematically attacked across the board by the coalition. And even if you get to the other end, what have you got to look forward to?
“Youth unemployment is at an all-time high, getting on the property ladder is next to impossible and we don’t even have the safety net of pensions to look forward to any more.
“In a year in which there are no votes in parliament and no legislation coming before politicians, it’s about time we started setting the agenda.”
Northumbria Student’s Union is joining others across the country and going to London to help shape the future of Higher Education. Join us on the 21st November by signing up on the Volunteer Database www.mynsu.co.uk/volunteering or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Jo Rhodes, President of Northumbria Students’ Union said “Make sure that you have your voice heard, our education is too important not to act and we can’t do this without you. Make sure you sign up and have your say on the future of education.”