Note: the author of this piece serves on the WUSA council in accordance of Tertangala Coordinator requirements. Provisional results from the WUSA referendum to split from the NUS have been announced, with 24 votes to separate from the organisation and only three votes to remain affiliated. The vote was non-compulsory, with.
With the WUSA vote to leave the NUS currently underway, ending on Wednesday, NUS representatives have been protesting on UOW’s main campus. They were approaching students entering and leaving the WUSA office, an area that is shared with the Queer Collective office and the Women’s safe space. As a result.
NOTES: The author of this piece is on the WUSA council and has been asked to write this announcement on behalf of the council. Peter Munford, whilst a former WUSA President, also currently serves as NUS National Small and Regional Officer. The views he expresses are his own and are.