National Conference Delegates

The Role of a National Conference Delegate

 

The National Conference Delegates (NCDs) attend, represent Anglia Ruskin Students’ Union and vote at the annual National Union of Students (NUS) National Conference, the main policy-making body of the NUS. It produces policy and/or position statements on the activities of NUS, of which the Students’ Union is a member, and elects the full-time officers and other representatives to the National Executive Council (NEC). The NEC meets quarterly and is the most senior policy-making body outside of National Conference.

The National Conference has a gender-balance requirement and at least half of the delegation must self-define as women.

The delegation will be led by the President of Anglia Ruskin Students' Union. There are 5 positions available:

3 x National Conference Delegate (Open Place)

2 x National Conference Delegate (Women's Place)

Support and benefits

- A dedicated member of SU staff as a key contact to provide guidance and support
- A number of further developmental opportunities
 

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