The Black Asian and Minority Ethnic Network (BAME) represents the views of students’ at York who self define as BAME, which is including but not limited to students with African, Asian, Arab and Latin American heritages.
The Environment & Ethics Network exist to promote sustainable and fair practices at the University of York. We consult with the University management and influence policy. We raise awareness through student-led campaigns. We aim to make saving the planet enjoyable and accessible for all. We strive to influence student habits to live a greener, fairer lifestyle.
The International Students’ Association’s (ISA) primary goal is to represent the interests of international students here at the University of York. Through promoting cultural exchange, addressing welfare issues and fostering a welcoming community. We currently represent ~ 4,000 students and host coffee afternoons every Wednesday, along with some of the biggest events of the year, including a Winter Ball and Global Week.
The LGBTQ network is how LGBTQ students are represented in YUSU. We try to make the uni a better place with weekly meetings to plan campaigns, events, and to feed back about LGBTQ life. On top of this, we run discussions, chills, and get involved with events like York Pride and to have a chance get to know each other and learn about a range of issues.