The Memorandum and Articles of Association (often referred to as Articles) is the governing document of Bristol Students' Union (SU) but what exactly does that mean?
The Articles of Association set out the rules according to which a company (so Bristol SU in this case) must be run and administered. It is a legal document and gives the Board of Trustees reasonable authority to manage the affairs of the Union in a professional manner. The Board of Trustees ensure that consideration of the views of the Members (which are the students) is taken into account in any decison making or discussions.
Approved by the Annual members Meeting (AMM) - March 2021
One of Bristol SU's values is Equality, Diversity and Inclusion
Bristol SU will seek at all times to:
We are developing a new Equality, Diversity and Inclusion policy for the SU and in the meantime are operating to this working version of Bristol SU Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) Policy
For previous Bristol SU Annual Accounts please have a look on Companies House or the Charity Commission under University of Bristol Students' Union or please contact the Clerk - email@example.com
The Annual Statement of Legal Compliance describes and provides assurances to the University, staff, students and external bodies of our levels of compliance with the Education Act and relevant laws. A review takes place every year.
The Chief Executive has ensured that the organisation has applied its processes and internal systems of control in a manner that gives satisfaction, so that:
This statement was updated in Feb 2021 by Bristol SU Management Team and noted by Trustees