Our manifesto calls for investment in free, liberated and accessible education for a fairer Wales.
NUS Wales represents more than a quarter of a million students and apprentices in further and higher education in Wales.
The manifesto pitches post-16 education as the solution to the social and economic inequalities that have been exacerbated by the Covid-19 pandemic. The manifesto covers four key areas:
- makes recommendations that would improve the daily lives of students and apprentices in Wales.
- makes recommendations that would create a more equitable Wales for all its citizens.
- makes recommendations that promote a sustainable economic recover from the Covid-19 recession.
- makes recommendations that would create a Wales full of opportunities for future generations.
This is a manifesto for students, by students, and we want to get it in front of as many candidates as possible!
You can use our 'Email your MS' tool to send the manifesto directly to your local Members of the Senedd. Together we can create real change for students in Wales.
We've created a Supporters' Pack which you can use to promote and share the manifesto! The pack includes visual assets, social media posts and key messages.
This is the first Welsh election where 16- and 17-year-olds can vote!
But you can only vote if you're registered. The deadline to register to vote in person is Monday 19 April, and to vote by post is Tuesday 20 April.
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