Annual Members' Meeting

KCLSU Members' Meeting, November 2023

Our King's College Students' Union 

The KCLSU Members' Meeting (AMM) took place on Wednesday 29 November 2023 at the Studio at Bush House on Strand Campus. 

At the Members’ Meeting there was an opportunity discuss and deliberate the NUS (National Union of Students) policy submissions written by fellow King’s students that influence decision-making at KCLSU.


A recap of the Members' Meeting


  1. If you missed our NUS Policy Workshop on 25 October, you can view the slides here (and read NUS guidance on writing policy here)
  2. Policy submissions closed Wednesday 15 November. Read: 
  3. Wednesday 29 November: Join us at the KCLSU Members’ Meeting. See the slides here
  4. 6pm, 29 November – 6 pm, 6 December: It’s time to vote! Polls open and voting will take place online.

If you have any queries you can contact us at


The process to vote

The voting process will take place online from 6pm, Wednesday 29 November until 6pm, Wednesday 6 December:

  • Voting will take place on the KCLSU Members' Meeting webpage – all members must be logged in to vote
  • For a decision to be made by the Members' Meeting, at least 240 members need to participate in the vote. An abstention counts as a vote. If the vote falls below this threshold, KCLSU cannot submit a policy motion to NUS.
  • This vote and all campaigning is governed by the following democratic principles:

    i. Members’ Meetings should be democratic. No one may attempt to undermine the democratic legitimacy of a Members’ Meeting.
    ii. Members’ Meetings should be free. Voters must be able to cast their (and no others’) ballot freely, privately, and without any interference.
    iii. Members’ Meetings should be fair. No material advantage should be gained unfairly by or for anyone.
    iv. Members’ Meetings activity and campaigning should be conducted with respect towards each other and the locality.
    v. Members’ Meetings and campaigning should enable informative debate and deliberation, and without negative campaigning.
    vi. These principles are in addition to KCL and KCLSU policies and regulations and the law.
  • If you believe any of the democratic principles have been breached, you can submit a complaint here. The deadline for complaints is 6pm, Thursday 7 December.

What is the KCLSU Members' Meeting?

KCLSU is a member-led, democratic charity – so it’s really important that our members (all King’s students) decide what the Union does. At the KCLSU Members' Meeting, you have the opportunity to discuss decision-making at KCLSU and deliberate over NUS (National Union of Students) policy submissions written by other King’s students.

Contact Us

If you have any questions, please email and we’ll help. You can read the full minutes of the 2022 AGM here.

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