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Explanation

On 15th March students all over the country are taking part in youth strikes ant protests to demand climate action from government and local councils.

This is something students and the SU should support. #YouthStrike4Climate.

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Status

Support Wolves Students #YouthStrike4Climate

This Idea for Change opened on 08 March 2019 and closed on 22 March 2019.

19 students voted on this Idea, giving a score of +17.

This Idea for Change has passed to the Student Change team for action:

  • 17 April 2019: On the 15th March 2019, the Campaign's Developer attended the Youth Strike 4 Climate static protest in Wolverhampton. The SU also promoted the event across our Facebook and Twitter accounts in support of our student campaign. 

This Idea is a win, and is thus complete.

 
 

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Marie Dodd
11:38am on 18 Apr 19 This Idea is complete and the discussions are now closed.
Marie Dodd
4:41pm on 11 Apr 19 This Idea has passed and the comments will remain open for discussion while the Create Change team action the Idea.
Samuel Ord
11:17am on 12 Mar 19 Why get an education if you have no future?
Jamie Stevens
3:57pm on 11 Mar 19 I disagree. Nice idea but only really works with state schools and establishments where councils are in charge and it concerns them. As previously said we are paying 9k plus a year for the priviledge to attend an institute that is essentially a business. It will not affect anything one iota.
Simon Barker
1:27am on 9 Mar 19 By strike do you mean just not turn up to lectures? I'm sure most people do that anyway
Iman Hussain
1:27am on 9 Mar 19 Why would I strike a Uni that I pay £9000 for the "privilege" to go to anyway. We must secure the existence of our people and a future for earth children.
Luke Stynes
1:26am on 9 Mar 19 Why strike when I can go sit in a beer garden and watch this planet die