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Union General Meetings

Union General Meetings are All-Student Meetings and are commonly known as UGMs. Any student can call (and attend) a UGM - the second highest decision-making body in your Students’ Union (second to Referendums).

If you have a campaign that you want the student body to support, you can demand that a UGM is held, by either:

  • Getting 200 Queen's students to sign a petition
  • Getting 20 Queen's Students’ Union Councillors to sign a petition
  • Asking Queen's Students’ Union Council to call a UGM

At the UGM your campaign will be discussed and voted upon.

If you want to call a UGM, contact the SU Voice team. They can advise you in confidence before you get started.