Liberation Forums

 

Women's forum 

Over 50 per cent of London Met's student population are women, yet women remain underrepresented in both University and Students' Union structures. We are committed to promoting leadership and opportunity for women and aim to create awareness around women's rights and issues of gender inequality in support of the wider campaign for gender equality.

Our Women's Forum creates a space for women to come together, work together and be empowered. Next women's forum:

Thu 14th November 2019 2.30-3.30pm in TMG-61, red zone, Holloway Campus. 

For more information please contact Bukky Fadipe womensofficer@londonmet.ac.uk

London Met Students' Union supports the NUS Women's Campaign
 


BAME Forum (Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic forum) 

London Met has more students of BAME descent that almost any other university in the UK. The BAME forum is a space for students who self-identify as from AAAC descent to come together, work together and be empowered.

Wednesday 6th November 2019 at 4.30pm in the Students' Union Building, Holloway Campus 

For more information please contact Cynthia Edo, BAME Students Officer  bamestudentsofficer@londonmet.ac.uk

London Met Students' Union supports the NUS Black Students' Campaign

 

Disabled Students Forum 

The London Met disabled students forum is a space where students who self-identify as having a disability come to self-organise, be empowered and represent the interests of disabled students at London Met. 

Tuesday 29th October 2019 4.00-6.00pm in the Students Union, Holloway Campus 

For more info email Shade Oluwa, Disabled Students Officer on disabledstudentsofficer@londonmet.ac.uk

London Met Students' Union supports the NUS Disabled Students Campaign
 


LGBTQIA+ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans+) Forum

London Met Students Union hosts an LGBTQ+ panal talk on:

Thu 31st October 2019 2.00-4.00pm in the Students' Union, Holloway Campus 
 

For more information please contact Terrell Corrodus, LGBTQ+ Officer on  lgbtqstudentsofficer@londonmet.ac.uk

London Met Students' Union supports the NUS LGBT+ Campaign