Vote Lucy for women’s officer!
Who am I?
Hi, I’m Lucy, a 21-year-old Sociology student
Started the shame on you Warwick petition
Feminist and socialist activist for 5 years
Student representative and advocate for diversifying and decolonising curriculum
Regional delegate for momentum and labour campaigner
First generation to go to university in my family and queer!
Follow my campaign
#Lucy Loves Women
What do I want to do?
Accountability for group chat
Hold the university to account over shame on you Warwick, push for an apology from the vc to victims and overhaul the disciplinary process
Combat sexual harassment and support victims
Push to fund a full-time sexual assault liaison officer and commit to securing extra funding for counselling services and reducing waiting times
More training for staff and no tolerance for sexual harassment in SU owned outlets on campus alongside mandatory consent classes for all Warwick students and free self-defence training
Highlight women’s history and combat our marginalisation
Tackle the effects of misogyny on campus! A woman’s mini bus after nights out! Women in stem series! Working with male dominated industries to offer internships for women and non-binary students
Work alongside anti sexism, pride, sexpression, and anti-racism society to create more sage spaces and events on campus, as well as highlight women’s histories and issues. E.g more hidden histories dedicated to women- feminist film screening, book club and women take over t bar!
Be politically active against wider U.K policy that harms students
Listen to women of colour and push for access and engagement of WOC on campus and listen to nus suggestions for WOC in academia. also continue to push for decolonising curriculum
Oppose prevent, the marketisation of education and university fees. eradicate Warwick’s casualisation record and poor treatment of post grad teachers. advocate for decrim of sex work and support student sex workers. make sure that Warwick listens to student mothers and is a more accessible space for parents on campus