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Politics Society Meet & Greet


Wednesday 23 September 2020
5pm - 6:30pm
Lower Deck, Greenwich Campus

Greenwich Politics Society

All Parties | All Opinions | All Theories| All Backgrounds| All Faculties| All Interests,  We are your Society!

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Our Aim:

A society that is based around promoting campus free speech and genuine debate.

A society that proves of academic value to its members.

The development of an open and constructive atmosphere that forms the basis for friendships, networking relationships, and opportunities.

Regular socials ;)  Because no matter what side of the debate or the political spectrum you come under, being able to relax in the company of others, is good for all of us.

 

So what will we be doing?

Hosting Debates, Attending Events, Networking, Socialising, Connecting, Learning

We want to help students gain access to the vast array of networking, academic and political events that take place across this great city.

We want to learn from each other and ensure that extra-curricular opportunities are seized.

We aim to be holding Q&A sessions on topics, attending talks and networking so that we can utilise the full benefit of our great university to empower students of all faculties who share a political interest.

We want to create a community of students who have a diverse set of skills, interests, and views so that we may step out of our echo-chambers and get to the root of each others' beliefs.