AGM 2019 - Motion List

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Don't miss the Union's Annual General Meeting on Monday (18th February) at 4:30pm in the Sir Ian Wood Building Amphitheatre.

Our team of Student Presidents and Vice Presidents will let you know about the projects and campaigns that they've been working on this year, plus you'll have the opportunity to debate and vote on nine motions, which have all been submitted by students. You see a list of the motions below, and to read them in more detail click here

You'll also have the chance to win £100 cash as part of our free raffle, and of course there will be free Dominos Pizza as well!

If you have any questions about the AGM, get in touch with Michael Ife (Student President of Communication & Democracy) by emailling prescd@rguunion.co.uk

See you on Monday!
 

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