This Union Resolves:
3.1 The Justice for Cleaners be made a priority campaign for SOAS Students Union to pursue.
3.2 This is to be defined as:
1) Priority access to Union campaign funds.
2) The full support of the Union Executive, including but not limited to:
-Support in organising events;
-Use of all-student emails to spread the campaign’s events and progress.
3) Sabbatical Officers to pressure SOAS Executive Board and Board of Trustees at any available opportunity.
3.3 The sabbatical officers and Union Executive sign a letter to SOAS Director Valerie Amos and the Board of Trustees condemning their lies and actions over the last year which has resulted in the continuation of outsourcing and oppression of the cleaners, porters and other outsourced staff.
3.4 To support the cleaners in their rejection of the latest offer by SOAS Management to bring only a select few outsourced workers in-house by September 2019 as a ‘test-run.’ Cleaners, porters, and all outsourced workers represented by the Justice 4 Cleaners campaign must be brought in-house now.