Students' Union Sustainability Statement
Undeb Bangor is committed to the development of a fully sustainable organisation. We are committed to improve the well-being of Bangor University students, by considering their economic, social, environmental and cultural well-being and will work with our student community and a wide range of stakeholders to realise our aims in this area. We will work to adapt and integrate the seven goals of the Wellbeing of Future Generations Act (Wales) 2015 to meet the needs of our members and organisation and in so will look to create a dynamic, imaginative, fair and prosperous bi-lingual society, which can be a catalyst for a brighter future for Bangor University, its students and the community in which we’re based.
Our Sustainable Development Principle:
The Sustainable Development Principle that guides our thinking and actions is that we must act in a manner which seeks to ensure that needs are met without having a negative impact on the ability of students in the future to meet their needs.
When making decisions everyone in Undeb Bangor (whatever our position) will make sure that we take account of the impact we could have on current and future Bangor students and staff (and the people living their lives in Wales and the world).
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Students' Union and University Committees
Representatives from the Students' Union sit on a wide range of University Committees, such as the University Council, Health and Safety Committee, Sustainability Strategy Group, Finance and Strategy Committee, Academic Strategy Group, Equality and Diversity Strategy Group, Estates Strategy Group and Student Experience Strategy Group.