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Rally in Kuala Lumpur

The Movement Demanding Free Education (GMPP) together with Pemuda Sosialis (Socialist Youth, PSM) arranged a rally as part of the WE ARE STUDENTS NOT CUSTOMERS – Global Week of Action on November 21st. 34 more words

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Links to Learnership, Internship and Job sites

 Be positive, be brave and be the best you can be.

Each time you send an email to someone that you need to promote yourself to, remember that slogan.

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Exeter at the National Demo

Exeposé News Issue 631, Page 5 (24 November 2014) and Exeposé News online (24 November 2014) – Collaboration with News Co-editor Emily Leahy

Exeposé spoke to Niall Walker of Exeter Socialist Students, who said “the anger was palpable” at the demo. 405 more words

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Free education: Exeter has its say

Exeposé News Issue 631, Page 5 (24 November 2014) and Exeposé News online (24 November 2014) – collaboration with News Co-editor Emily Leahy

An Exeposé survey of Exeter students’ engagement with the recent ‘Free Education’ demonstration found that 60 per cent of students believe education should be free. 299 more words

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Free Education Demo in London

On November 19th thousands of people marched on the UK parliament in the biggest student action in four years demanding an end to tuition fees, student debt and government cuts to education funding. 330 more words

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Mature and Part-time Student Officer resigns amid controversial SRF motion

On Thursday 20th November, the University of Essex held its most heated Student Representative Forum (SRF) yet.

Turnout was the highest it had ever been, and some students wishing to participate had to be turned away owing to the limited capacity of the venue. 736 more words

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What We Learned Last Week (17/11 - 23/11)

1) 71 Coalition MPs named and shamed for profiting from NHS sell-off

Unite the Union has published a list of 64 Tories and 7 Liberal Democrats who all profited from reform and plans to sell off our NHS. 758 more words

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