Malia Bouattia

A spokesperson for the NUS added: “We are pleased UJS will continue to work with NUS as our two organisations have a long
For nearly 100 years, Jewish students and UJS have worked with NUS to combat racism and fascism, to fight for a better world. It saddens me greatly that because of antisemitic comments and crucially, a lack of action from its current president, Jewish students will take a decision this Sunday that could suspend UJS' relationship with NUS.
Jewish students have urged the Union of Jewish Students to cut all ties with the National Union of Students over the “anti
The student union has accused the policy of stoking anti-Muslim sentiment.
Blocking cuts to youth centres and ending Britain’s involvement in global wars are valid alternatives to the government’s
The organisation has faced criticism in the past for opposing the government's counter-extremism programme.
The National Union of Students (NUS) is launching a helpline for student activists “negatively impacted” by the government’s
Saturday 19 November saw 15,000 students and lecturers join together to march in defence of education and rally to speeches from student leaders, academics, union activists and journalists queueing up to tell us why we should tell our government to "TEF Off!" I'm proud to say that I was there, standing shoulder to shoulder with my brothers, sisters and what Malia Bouattia, president of the NUS, called our "non-binary siblings".
Thousands of students are expected to hit London's streets.