The Union of Kingston Students this week organised a question and answer event to address students’ concerns about protest actions organised by the lecturers union, the UCU. The event took place as the UCU Kingston [more…]
KU’s lecturers will go on strike from December 1 to 3 and will also take action short of a strike (ASOS), which could include working contracted hours only. Members of the University and College Union (UCU) [more…]
On the outskirts of the Indian capital Delhi, thousands of farmers are protesting. After the government passed three farm acts that may shrink farmers’ incomes, Indians have been demanding the revoke of recent laws. In [more…]
The ongoing protests of the Black Lives Matter movement, also known as BLM, see countries unite in solidarity, but solidarity does not stop racial discrimination and inequities globally. As an individual and as a community, [more…]
An Erasmus student was thrown out of Penrhyn Road campus for protesting against student debt on Monday (November 6) . Katarzyna Kaczmarczyk, an arts and social sciences student from Poland, staged the protest to get students [more…]
KU’s Feminist and Amnesty International societies will march in solidarity with an estimated 26,000 participants to promote “fundamental values” on Saturday, January 21 2017. The march welcomes all genders and promotes the values of human rights, equality, [more…]
In response to considerable student outrage, the KUSU heavily amended last week a motion that encouraged the Student Union to fly the Palestinian flag from its offices. A meeting of the Student Executive, delayed so that SU [more…]
A brief look on the past week in news.Ida Aagenæs
Local activists camped outside the Bentall Centre in a bid to save the NHS from privatisation.
KU students failed to turn up during anti-cuts protest in central London on Wednesday. Barely 20 Kingston students bother to turn up.