Hannah Nguyen, Vice President

Hannah Nguyen, Vice President

Following a successful Fossil Free campaign that pushed the University to stop investing in fossil fuel companies, I want to explore others ways that Liverpool University can act in response to climate change.

This climate crisis strategy will include: setting a carbon neutral target, transitioning to renewable energy, embedding sustainability into the curriculum and refusing research contracts with fossil fuel companies.

To ensure the Guild engages with all students, I want to create liberation networks for women, disabled, BAME and LGBTQ+ students, as well as sections networks for international, mature and postgraduate students. These networks will receive funding, training and support to organise events and campaigns.

Guild Summit is our primary democratic structure but at present very few students know what it is or understand how it works. Currently, a sample of students that represent the demographics of our student body are randomly selected to make decisions on behalf of all students. I want to re-design Guild Summit so that all students, particularly those who engage with on-campus issues, are able to participate in the conversation and have their say. .

The Guild has four key charities each year but little is done to fundraise for them. As a large charitable organisation, we have the ability to do much more to raise money for our key charities, working alongside our societies and the wider student body to do achieve this.

Hannah Nguyen

Jodie Sylvester & Hannah Nguyen

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Hannah Nguyen

Hannah Nguyen & Dylan Thomson

Hannah Nguyen & Dylan Thomson

Dylan Thomson & Hannah Nguyen

Dylan Thomson & Hannah Nguyen

Hannah Nguyen & Jodie Sylvester

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Hannah Nguyen & Jodie Sylvester

Hannah Nguyen

Hannah Nguyen & Jodie Sylvester

Contact Details

Email: Hannah.Nguyen@liverpool.ac.uk