What is the role of a delegate at an NUS National Conference?
There are three main roles of a Delegate at any of the NUS Conferences which includes: voting on policy, voting in elections, voting on reports.
Policy – setting the direction
Delegates will discuss and vote on motions which will become policy of NUS when passed. The policy will inform the organisation about what you, its student members, think about key issues.
This policy will be interpreted and enacted by the relevant Officers, National Councils and Committees.
Elections – choosing the leadership
Delegates will elect the Officers and committee members for the year ahead for the relevant Officer positions, Zones, National Councils and Committees.
Reports – reviewing the work
Delegates will review the work of the various committees, councils and governing bodies. Delegates will have the opportunity to hold to account the officers responsible by asking them questions and voting on whether to approve it.
I've been elected as a delegate- What information do I need?
Check out the NUS Conference website to find out more information about the Conference you are attending, the agenda, who is standing for election and the motions being proposed.
KCLSU will cover the cost of and book trains from London for delegates to attend NUS Liberation Conferences. For this reason it is important that you provide us with your details and let us know if you have a railcard.
Accessibility and Dietary Requirements
If you have any specific accessibility or dietary needs please inform us as soon as possible so we can notify NUS about these.
If your accessibility needs are in regards to travel or expenses any costs incurred must be pre-arranged with KCLSU.
All expenses incurred through attendance to NUS Liberation Conferences must be pre-arranged with KCLSU. You can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions you have. Expenses above pre-agreed amounts will not be reimbursed.