All our Liberation Networks consist of:
- Member Societies – these are societies who are formally
affiliated to a Network and whose activity aligns with a Network's values and aims. Member
Societies shape the direction and focus of a Network.
- A Network Committee – Network committees are made up of elected
representatives from Member Societies. They work alongside the Network Chair to undertake projects,
campaigning and key decision making on behalf of the Network
- A Network Chair – all Network Chairs are elected from the
committees of its Member Societies. The Chair leads the Network and collaborates with the Network committee
to collectively set the vision and direction of the Network.
Networks hold King’s and KCLSU to account and ensure sure we are acting with liberation
and inclusion in mind. Our Network Chairs are members of King's Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Forum
and make up the KCLSU Liberation and Inclusion Union Development Committee.
Our Networks recognise the intersections of identity and as such, it is possible
to self-define into one, some, or all of the Networks. As a result, Networks often collaborate
together to achieve positive, powerful change for their respective communities.
Networks also help us celebrate Liberation History Months throughout the year; these
include Black History Month, Disability History Month, Trans Awareness Week, Women’s History Month and LGBT+
History Month. You can learn more about applying for Liberation History Month Funding