#StudentOppsFest | In Conversation with Nadia Whittome

Monday 29 June 2020 12:30pm - 1:30pm Online
#StudentOppsFest | In Conversation with Nadia Whittome
What does Britain's youngest MP think of Student Opportunities? Does she like the title 'Baby of the House', and what does it mean to her?
 
Event Information

Nadia Whittome, MP will be kicking off the Student Opportunities Festival, sharing her story and chatting to us about what it's like to be an MP.

Share your questions for Nadia on #StudentOppsFest and we'll pick our favourites!

Hosted by: Organised Fun

Presented by:

Nadia Whittome MP - Nadia was elected in 2019 as the Member of Parliament for Nottingham East and at 23 is Parliament’s youngest MP. Nadia takes home a workers’ wage as an MP, donating the remainder of her MP salary to local causes.

Before her election, Nadia worked as a hate crime worker in Nottingham, and prior to that as a care worker. Inspired to enter politics in response to the Bedroom Tax, Nadia is a passionate advocate for participatory democracy and remains a committed activist and campaigner on migrants’ rights, workers’ rights, climate justice, and child poverty.

 

Everyone is welcome to attend any of the sessions at #StudentOppsFest. This session has been designed for a student, staff and sabbatical officer audience. 

 

The Student Opportunities Festival is all completely free to access.

Join the Facebook Event here.

Register for your ticket and view the full schedule here.