Friday 9 March 2012

EAS's Tabz runs for office

Please Vote Tabz #1 for Women's Officer

I'm running for Women's Officer because I believe in a Students' Union where the diversity of women students is supported and celebrated, where students are empowered to develop and deliver campaigns that matter to them, and where safety is paramount. I am an independent candidate with no party politics.

If I become Women's Officer, I will ensure:

-Tackling Governmental cuts are a priority of the Executive

-Women's political representation within the Union is protected, decided by self defining women and extended across all faculties and liberation campaigns.

-A diverse range of women, incl. student parents, postgraduates, mature, BME, international, LGBTQ and disabled women to name but a few feel represented and empowered.

For my full manifesto, please go to or


UMSU Campaigner of the Year 2010-11, Chair of Manchester Against Fees and Cuts 2010-12, The Riveters 2009-12, Actions with UKUncut, UKFeminista, Budget Blockers, Plane Stupid.
BA English Literature
MA Political Science and Human Rights

Some Endorsements:

Tabz would lead such an awesome women's campaign. She is a dedicated and creative activist, principled and passionate, with the proven experience to deliver amazing things for women students. Vote Tabz number one! - Sarah Kerton, UMSU Postgraduate and Mature Students' Officer 2011-12

Tabz is one of the most passionate campaigners I know. Once she gets involved in a campaign she is relentless and extremely hardworking. Her enthusiasm empowers others to get involved and her creativity means she can engage students. She will be the best Women's Officer UMSU has ever seen. - Amanda Walters, UMSU Campaigns Officer 2010-12

Tabz is one of the most enthusiast, optimistic and hardworking campaigners I've ever met. She has a really holistic and refreshing approach to feminism. She'll be fantastic! - Sylvia Barnett, UMSU Women's Officer 2011-12

"Tabz is a home grown, hand sewn lady activist who will take the women of Manchester to a brighter place. We're all doing it, vote Tabz for women's!" - Amaya Dent, UMSU Activities Officer 2011-12

         Vote 9th - 15th March 2012

Thank you!

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