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  1. I'm a sex worker, how can I report sexual abuse or exploitation?

    You have a right to work without being assaulted, harassed or abused - regardless of the work that you are doing.  You can speak to LUU Advice if you have experienced sexual assault or exploitation and we can talk through your options and suppo...
  2. I’m a sex worker, will I get in trouble if the University find out?

    Selling sex is legal in England and Wales but certain activites around the industry are still criminalised.  The University and your School cannot discriminate against you because you are a sex worker.  If you need mitigating circumstan...
  3. I’m a sex worker, what support is available to me?

    LUU can tailor the support to what you need, providing a confidential and non-judgemental space for you to have a chat.   We can help with any academic concerns you have, including help to submit mitigating circumstances. We can also help iden...
  4. Will my deadlines be extended?

    Possibly - this is something to ask your School.
  5. I’m on a Tier 4 visa how will the strikes affect me?

    Information about attendance.
  6. What will happen on strike days?

    Guidance about who to contact and what to do.
  7. Should I do an online or in-person election?

    Both online and in-person elections have advantages. Elections done in person can be tied to a social event in order to encourage attendance. This can make the election a fun and interactive event, but minutes must be taken and the committee is...
  8. Can I claim compensation because my teaching was affected by the strikes?

    More information about claiming against the university.
  9. What happens after an AGM/EGM?

    Send meeting minutes to the Activities Team ( activities@leeds.ac.uk ). Meeting minutes must be available to other members to see. Ask new committee members to fill in the committee contacts form - it is important that Activities can contact ...
  10. How does the AGM/EGM work?

    President (ie. club captain/station manager etc.) usually chairs the meeting, conducting, guiding the direction of the meeting. In charge of informing members of any rules, setting an agenda and guiding the direction of the meeting.  Secretar...