In Labour Students, we have a proud tradition of ensuring liberation remains at the heart of everything that we do. We have four liberation campaigns: BAME (Black and Minority Ethnic), Disabled, LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans), and Women’s. People who self-define into any of these liberation groups are encouraged to become part of these autonomous campaigns.

Liberation groups exist as autonomous campaigns because as a movement we believe that not only are these groups treated unequally in society, but that historical oppression combined with the very structures of society, work in tandem to create an oppression based on identity that is separate to other forms of inequality. 

If you want to find out more about our Liberation Campaigns, the work of our Liberation Officers, and how you can get invovled, just follow the links below to find out more!

The Women’s Campaign

Officer: Sheri-Ann Bhim



The BAME Campaign

Officer: Lydia Okoibhole


The LGBT Campaign

Officer: Rhys Purtill 



The Disabled Students' Campaign

Officer: Gabriel Phillips




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