On 6 March, The Badger interviewed several candidates in the Sussex Student Unions’ Leadership Elections, including those for Women’s Officer

This part-time role, voluntary will involve proactively representing the rights of women students. They will work with the Students’ Union to embed the views and needs of women students and undertake projects and campaigns to support this student group.

Voting is open now on the Elections page of the Sussex Student Unions’ website until 5 pm on Friday 15 March. The results will be announced at 6 pm on Friday 15 March.

DISCLAIMER: The candidates featured in this article are the ones who attended The Badger’s media day on 6 March. You can see the full list of candidates and their manifestos on the Elections page of the Sussex Student Unions’ website.

Chloe Redman

Chloe Redman currently sits on four governing committees within the University, including the Senate, University Education Committee, Student Experience Committee, and Students’ Union Education Committee. If elected, she would like to tackle period poverty on campus and increase access to sexual health products. She would introduce ‘welcome packs’ in every university residence which include “pads, tampons, condoms, and resources on where to receive local STI testing and free confidential advice.” Redman would also create safe and inclusive spaces for LGBTQI+ and women-identifying students on and off campus.

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