For information on how to analyse your campaign issue and develop an evidence base, develop your campaign strategy, plan & run your campaign check out NCVO's guide to campaigning & awareness and this short how-to guide for effective campaigns.
Campaigns & Liberation Advisor
The SU's Campaigns & Liberation Advisor, Sam, is based in the Campaigns & Community Office on the top floor of the Students' Union HQ. If you'd like support with your campaign, simply email email@example.com.
Social Media Groups
The Campaigning at Warwick Facebook group allows campaigners to share resources, event details, training opportunities, and calls to action. For the more logistical side of things, and to be kept up to date with the latest campaigns news, deadlines, and opportunities, join the Campaigns Logistics Group.
University Committee Structure
The university's Council and Senate committee structures are helpful to understand the flow of the business through the University's formal committee structure. There are elected student representatives on most university committees, who are able to raise and respond to issues on behalf of the student community.
Publicising Your Campaigns
Find out what's going on week-by-week in the world of campaigning, and submit your own campaigns actions to feature in the Campaigns Round-Up for others to engage with. The Campaigns Round-Up is featured each week in the SU's all-student email.
The SU sends a weekly email to all students (who have not opt-ed out). If you would like to submit your campaign or event for consideration to feature directly in the all-student email please email the SU's Campaigns & Liberation Adviser.
There are a number of digital advertising spaces around the campus which you can submit material to be displayed on, including the university's Big Screen and digital signage screens and the SU's digital noticebards. You can find the required specifications, templates, and how to submit content online here.
The SU has a number of film & media societies you might like to contact about your campaigns, including student newspaper The Boar, and student radio station RaW.
Funding, Space & Materials
The SU has three funds which you can apply for money from, depending on the type of project you're working on: the Campaigns Fund, the Project Fund, and the Environmental Sustainability Fund. More information about the funds and how to apply online can be found here. The application deadlines can be found on the democracy timeline.
University funding options are detailed on MyWarwick. There are also a number of external funding opportunities available. Contact the Campaigns & Liberation Advisor if you are having difficulty identifying a source of funding for your campaign.
There are many spaces you can use on campus for your campaigns activities:
Display Boards & Tables
Display boards and tables, along with other equipment such as stages and PA systems, can be rented from the university. Rental prices can be found alongside the request form online.
The SU has two megaphones which can be borrowed for campaigns events. If you would like to borrow one or both for an upcoming event, please email your details and those of your event to firstname.lastname@example.org.