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LGBT+ Students’ Network

Our network supports lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, queer, intersex and/or asexual students during their time at university. It also helps students interested in LGBT+ issues to meet like-minded people and groups in the university and across London.

 

The LGBT+ Officer, Sarah George, is a part time officer, which means they are continuing their studies while also heading up the LGBT+ Network. 

uclu-lgbt.officer@ucl.ac.uk

What is the LGBT+ Students’ Network?

How is it run?

How can I get involved?

Support for LGBT+ Students

Contact Information

Join our mailing list 

What is the LGBT+ Students’ Network?

What is the LGBT+ Students’ Network?
The LGBT+ Students’ Network is here to support you in your study and work, to provide you with social activities, as well as to campaign on your behalf and raise awareness of your issues.

The aims of the Network are:

  1. to provide social and welfare support to LGBT+ students;
  2. to campaign and raise awareness of LGBT+ issues, both on campus and outside of it;
  3. to represent LGBT+ students on the Union Council.

The network enables you to meet like-minded people within UCL and across London. We work closely with other LGBT+ networks, societies and charities, putting on joint social events and joint campaigns, and providing volunteering opportunities. In the past, our events have included parties, club nights, coffee socials, book groups, panel debates, talks, film screenings, trips to cinemas and museums, guided walks, quizzes and charity fundraisers.

We operate under the umbrella term LGBT+ Students’ Network, and are open to people who self-define as being one or more of: lesbian, gay, bi, trans*, and/or any other sexual or gender minority including but not limited to queer, intersex and asexual.
 
How is it run?

How is it run?
The LGBT+ Students’ Network has one elected officer, who is voted for by all LGBT+ UCL students on an annual basis. All decisions are made democratically, and any LGBT+ student is invited to suggest and plan events or to give input on the direction of the Forum.

We have a committee which aims to represent the student body. Why not consider putting yourself forward for a position in 2018/19? Click on a role below to see a description of what it involves:

Asexual Rep Bi Rep BME Rep Campaigns Officer
Disabled Students’ Rep Media Officer RUMS Rep Secretary
Social Secretary Trans* Students’ Rep Women’s Rep LGBT+ Officer

 
How can I get involved?

How can I get involved?
As an LGBT+ student, you are warmly invited to attend events (details can be found on the What’s On calendar), whether you’re completely new or you’ve been involved for years. If you have an idea for an event or you have any concerns, please feel free to contact the LGBT+ officer. We love receiving feedback or ideas for things we could be doing! 

Support for LGBT+ Students

Support for LGBT+ students
Guidance for students who are thinking about, are in the process of or have previously changed their gender.

Information about where gender neutral toilets are located at UCL. 

Contact Information

Contact information
The LGBT+ officer is Sarah George, who is available for a meeting if you have any questions or concerns, and can be contacted directly by e-mail . You can find us on Facebook  and Twitter .

If you wish to contact an individual committee member, they are:

Asexual Rep: Anna Szumielewicz 
Bi Rep: Amanda Sugiharto
BME Rep: Luwa Adeniji-Fashola 
Campaigns Rep: Johnny Alain-Labon 
Disabled Rep: Charley Pietzmeier
Freshers’ Rep: Victoire Laurier 
Media Rep: Red Jieke
Postgraduate Rep: Harriet Rivkin 
RUMS Rep: Vacant
Trans* Rep: Cameron Wildridge 
Secretary: Sia Kim 
Women’s Rep:Suzy Warnock