Welcome to ENSA's Ideas Forum! This is where you can submit an idea for any changes you'd like to see at the University or your Students' Association. You can also vote and comment on ideas submitted by other students!

The Ideas Forum is an easy way for you to get in touch, let us know what changes need to be made, and to get your voice heard. Let us know what it is you care about!


1. Submit Your Idea

Your idea could be about almost anything related to student life. It could be a campaign you think ENSA should be involved in, a type of event you would like to see, a suggestion for a new society or sports clubs, about campus facilties, anything you like really! You can choose to submit your idea anonymously if you'd prefer.

2. Students Vote on the Idea

Once you have submitted an idea, other students will get the opportunity to comment on it, and can vote it up or down depending on if they agree or not. The more students who vote for your idea, the more power we have to try and action it! 

3. Action is Taken

All of the ideas will be read by ENSA's Full-Time Officers. Where appropriate, ideas will be taken forward for further discussion by the Executive Committee and/or Student Council/The ENSA 50.


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    Gender Neutral Toilets at the Sighthill Campus

      The Sighthill Campus currently has disabled toilets allocated as having the dual purpose of also being the gender-neutral toilets. This was a much appreciated step in the right direction when it was instigated over 3 years ago. However, trans and gender non-conforming people are not disabled and should not be relegated to a separate bathroom. Furthermore, the disabled toilet may not be available when someone with a disability needs to use it. By changing signage to indicate toilets as either "toilets with urinals" or "toilets without urinals" they can become gender-neutral and foster a safe environment for anyone to use either toilet without fear of potential harassment.
    Craig Reid
    2:16pm on 17 Dec 21 Update: The University hasn't taken this forward as there are other reasons to keep toilets as being 'male', 'female'. Trans and non-binary people are however encouraged to use whichever bathroom fits best with their identity.


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