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 Equality & Diversity Officer

Tamsin Scott

You only get one Scott, so make it count.


Tamsin Scott, #1 For E&D - You Only Get One Scott, So Make It Count


What I Want To Do.

LGBTQ* Awareness

  • Improve links with sexual health clinics to give LGBTQ* students more support.

  • Introduce trans* specific education within all schools.

  • Sexual Education workshops to increase awareness around LGBTQ* issues.

  • Continue working with LibCos to make sure every student, regardless of personal differences, has a platform to speak and be heard.


Inclusive Union

  • Global English used throughout the year within LUU to make it easier to navigate.

  • Book swaps within the LUU to allow students to engage more with other courses and get more for their money.

  • Cross year tutor systems to allow new students to  engage with their course without as much pressure.


City Links

  • Continue work done by the Leeds Community Project to collect sanitary products and other essentials  for people in Hygiene Poverty

  • Work with societies and the union to increase links to welfare organisations within the city, increasing the amount of events and support available to students.

  • Work alongside employers to make sure students with part time jobs are treated fairly.


Hi, I'm Tamsin! I am a third year Cultural and Media Studies student from Wakefield, and I am hoping to be your next Equality and Diversity Officer! I am the Bisexual Welfare Officer for LUU's LGBT* Society, and I'm a School Rep for my home school of Fine Art, History of Art and Cultural Studies. So far, I have organised LGBT* specific events within the society, primarily focusing on the bisexual community, and worked with staff to arrange a Health and Wellbeing Day for my school, which is the first of its kind. I have had such a wonderful experience at Leeds University, and would love to give back to the students union that has given me so much. 

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