Vice President (he/him)
- Favourite place in the Guild: The Sphinx (I can drink Guinness here)
- Go-to Sphinx order: Has to be a Guinness
- Improving people’s safety on nights out
- Getting cheaper gym fees
- Creating a loyalty scheme for the Guild
- Abolish graduation gown fees
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Student Experience Committees
Our commitment to creating an environment that promotes sport and other healthy activity is set out in the University’s Active Campus 2026 strategy, approved by FSLT, and endorsed by the University Council in May 2022. By collaborating with colleagues across the institution, providing a wide variety of tailored programmes, investing in active spaces through campus design and infrastructure, by consistently promoting the value of an active culture and encouraging students and staff to take ownership of their own wellbeing, we can help build a healthier, happier, more successful community at the University of Liverpool.
The University Active Campus Board will strengthen the governance of sports and physical activity services and related investment. It will promote, support, and monitor the implementation of the Active Campus 2026 strategy, evaluate the success of programmes, projects and interventions, and track performance against key targets. It will keep sports related policy under review and aligned to help meet wider University objectives.
This is a cross-organizational group that includes all the Universities and city partners to discuss city-wide safety campaigns.
Chloe, an ex-Deputy-President, worked with this group to reform the University’s Report and Support system. This resulted in the introduction of an annual review of the University’s sexual assault reporting system to ensure it is agile in responding to new forms and conditions of incidents.
In response to the spiking endemic at the start of the 21/22 academic year, ex-Vice-President Jamilia sought action at this committee to protect students. She produced the “Zero Tolerance” proposal which sought to update the Liverpool City Region Council’s Licensing Policy to tighten up health and safety training, incident reporting systems and expand considerations to make venues responsible for protecting customers from a wider range of issues such as racism and other forms of hate crime, as well as gender based and sexual violence. The proposal was adopted by Student Safety as part of their package of work and has been taken to a senior city safety committee, CitySafe JAG. Work is ongoing.