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Welcome to the Lancaster University Politics Society LUSU page!   

 

The Lancaster University Politics Society is a society which is independent of any political leaning, and seeks to put on events to engage and inform you all about politics from across the world and across the student community. As well as embracing the spectrum of politics, the society also hosts events designed to foster your career prospects and socalise with students - both who study and who don't study politics. 

To look at what we do in more detail, please check out our Facebook page by searching and liking Lancaster University Politics Society and following our twitter @LUPolSociety. Our events are always posted on our Facebook page.

We run events with high profile guest speakers, student speakers, lecturers and more. We run these events in a variety of different formats, from Question Time-style debates to formal lectures, and more informal Q&A events. Some of our most high profile speakers in previous years include:

  • Jeremy Corbyn MP
  • Cat Smith MP
  • Natalie Bennett (When leader of the Green Party)
  • Kate Green MP
  • Jonathan Arnott MEP

and many more, including lecturers from the PPR Department and Student Speakers from the political parties on campus. 

Our events are every one to two weeks, along with regular socials, both on campus and in Lancaster. Please follow our social media to be made aware of these events, you don't want to miss out!

 

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lancasterunipoliticssociety/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/LUpolsociety

 

Membership £5 per year. 

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By joining this group basic information such as name, email and date of birth will be made available to the organisers of the group. Next of Kin details may also be provided if part of the registration. Anonymised demographic information of the group’s membership will be used to improve activity but will not identify any individual.