How to Run a Winning Campaign: Manifesto Development

     

    Wed 13 Feb, George Square Campus

    Session 1 12.30-1.10pm, Balcony Room, Teviot Row House
    Session Repeated 1.20-2pm, Balcony Room, Teviot Row House

     

    Wed 13 Feb, King's Buildings Campus 

    Session 1 4-4.40pm, Meeting Room, King's Building House
    Sesion Repeated 4.50-5.30pm, Meeting Room, King's Building House

     

    Mon 18 Feb, George Square Campus

    Session 1 12.30-1.10pm, Middle Reading Room, Teviot Row House
    Session Repeated 1.20-2pm, Middle Reading Room, Teviot Row House

     

    Mon 18 Feb, King's Buildings Campus 

    Session 1 4-4.40pm, Room 3212, JCMB 
    Sesion Repeated 4.50-5.30pm, Room 3212, JCMB


    Every candidate is encouraged to write a series of promises about how they are going to make life better for the students who will vote for them, this collection of ideas is called a manifesto. 

     

    This candidate session will give you a great idea of what to include in your manifesto and help you tailor your messages to the students who will vote for you.
     

    We’ll cover a range of topics and answer the following questions:

     

    •    What’s a manifesto?
    •    How important is a manifesto?
    •    What should my manifesto say?
    •    How should I pitch my manifesto?
    •    How do I communicate my manifesto?

     

    This session is open to all candidates, and students still considering standing in the elections. No sign up required, just pop along at a time that suits you! 

     

    If you have any questions, please email elections@eusa.ed.ac.uk.

     

     

     
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