We use democratic elections to choose the people that will speak and act on your behalf. That means they're your opportunity to choose who represents you.

Candidate for the position of Welfare Officer

Chloe Sparks

Keep the Spark, re-elect Chloë


1. Make uni Safer for you

  • So far I’ve started a hate crime prevention project, run a campaign on ‘Toxic Relationships’ and campaigned against sexual violence
  • Up next: Keep standing up for survivors of sexual assault and domestic abuse
  • Prioritise safety in the city and promote zero tolerance to sexual harassment
  • Work with students and societies to keep tackling hate crime such as racism, antisemitism, islamophobia and transphobia


2. Accessible mental health support for all

  • So far I’ve created a wellbeing rep system, got the uni to invest in online support and better personal tutors, and i’ve worked on campaigns such as ‘It’s Ok Not To Be Ok’
  • Up next: continue to campaign for increased funding in the University and NHS
  • Support students and societies to provide peer support through wellbeing activity such as coffee hours and pet therapy
  • Keep pushing for inclusive services for all students mental health, especially LGBTQ+, BME and disabled students
  • Make sure the University keep their promise to improve the personal tutor and student support officer system in all schools


3. Continue tackling the causes of your stress

  • So far I've been working on issues like fair rent in Halls, removing graduation costs, as well as timetabling and module choice issues
  • Up next: Continue to tackle every day cost of living pressures and work to make graduation cheaper and remove hidden course costs
  • Ensure LUU and the University properly prepare you for life after uni
  • Review the timing of assessments and deadlines so you get a proper winter break
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