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Students' Unions GatheringInformal round table discussion for senior managers in students’ unions

Thursday 12th August, 2021 |
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Free to attend

What legal challenges lie ahead for your SU?  Whether it’s the impact of the Freedom of Speech bill, governance conundrums posed by the need to meet remotely, data protection headaches or everyday wrangles concerning your staff, we’re gathering together senior managers of students’ unions to share thoughts and experiences.  Join us on Thursday 12 August at 11am for a virtual coffee as we facilitate a chat about legal matters affecting SUs.  

The agenda will be set by you, so if there’s anything in particular you’d like to talk about, please let us know in advance by emailing Laura (laura.moss@wrigleys.co.uk).  

Hosting this discussion will help us to support the sector as best as we can, making sure our webinars, articles and advice are as useful to you as can be.  So please do join us if you can make it.

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Informal round table discussion for senior managers in students’ unions

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