National week of action – Stop the sell off of student loans

31st January 2014 Socialist Action 0

By Jennifer Nash

Next week students across the country will be taking part in a week of action to oppose the government’s latest attack on students and education: the planned privatisation of the student loan book. Activities are already planned at 50 university and college campuses nationwide.

The sell-off of student loans is just the latest major assault on education under the current government; following the tripling of tuition fees, the scrapping of Education Maintenance Allowance (EMA) plus the austerity agenda which is hitting the living standards of students hard.

Students assemble against austerity and prepare for action

5th November 2013 Socialist Action 0

By Jennifer Nash

On Saturday 150 students from more than 50 campuses attended the Student Assembly Against Austerity to discuss ideas and actions to take forward the struggle against austerity nationally and on campuses. Upbeat, energetic, optimistic – students are ready for action against austerity and to play our part in the upturn of struggle.

The event was one of the biggest gatherings of the student anti-austerity movement since the height of the student fight back against tripling tuition fees and the scrapping of EMA in 2010.

Student Fightback 2012

13th October 2012 Socialist Action 0

‘Student Fightback 2012’ takes place this coming Saturday, on 13 October at the University College London.

The conference will be a key opportunity for student activists from across the country to come together and plan the next steps in the student fight-back to the Tories, cuts, racism, inequality and war.

Student Fightback 2012

10th October 2012 Socialist Action 0

‘Student Fightback 2012’ takes place this coming Saturday, on 13 October at the University College London.

The conference will be a key opportunity for student activists from across the country to come together and plan the next steps in the student fight-back to the Tories, cuts, racism, inequality and war.