What is a campaign?
When we talk about campaigning what do we mean? Well, a campaign is something that aims to create a change.
As students campaigning is a great way for you to have your voice heard and to make a real difference for something that you care about. A campaign should create impactful, lasting change for people or a cause on a local, national or global level. Whatever it is that you want to change, Imperial College Union is here to support you.
Do you want to campaign on environmental issues? Maybe you are passionate about LGBT rights, or interfaith dialogue? Or do you want to highlight and solve gender inequalities or the problems international students can face?
Our Liberation Officers represent students within these nine areas and run various campaigns throughout the year. If the issue you want to campaign on falls into one or more of our liberation zones then why not get in touch with the Officers to find out how you can work together?
Our nine Liberation & Community Officers:
Get in touch with our Liberation Officers to find out more about the campaigns they are running and how you can support their cause. Contact details are found on the Liberation Zones webpages.
How to start a campaign
If you want to suggest or join a campaign, or are looking for advice on an existing campaign, get in touch with our Education & Welfare team! We can provide advice, support and funding of up to £300 to help turn your idea into action.
- Share your idea with us by completing this form.
- We will review your idea and arrange a time to meet with you.
- Plan your campaign with the support of the Education & Welfare team.
- Deliver your campaign.
- Celebrate your success!
Find out more about the current campaigns!
- Sexual Health Survey - take part in the survey which is open 1 - 16 February 2018 and watch this space for the campaign!
- Divest Imperial - sign the petition!
- Consent and sexual violence - survey closed in December, next steps coming soon!
- SleepImperial - no upcoming events
- Under Pressure - coming soon, 26 February - 2 March 2018