Liverpool Hope Students' Union needs careful and detailed governance, whilst staying student-led.
Proper governance ensures we serve our members to the best of our abilities and stay within the law when it comes to transparency, safety and finances.
We have recently undergone a through organisational wide constitutional review, resulting in a brand new constitution being approved by Liverpol Hope University Council in November 2016. This legal document describes why we operate and how we are run.
Now that have a new constitution, we are undergoing a thorugh review and re-writing of our Bye-Laws which will then have to be ratified at Executive Council. We will upload each Bye-Law as it is approved.
If you have any queries regarding our Constitution or Bye-Laws please email firstname.lastname@example.org
As well as being a member of NUS (National Union of Students), we are also a regsitered charity. This means our Constitution and other details about how we are run are held by the Charity Commission. You can see these details by going to their website here and entering our charity number - 1150387.
You can read our Constitution here
You can read our Bye-Laws here
All Member Union Meetings
Officer Elections (including Purdah Rules)
Trustee Delegation and control
Trustee Board Effectiveness
Clubs and Societies
- Officer Accountability (including the Discipline and Recall of Elected Officers) - under review