SSDP Surrey

Chapter Building

142 points

Policy Change

120 points

Training and Education

15 points

Points Earned This Year:277

Spent: 0

Rollover from last year: 0

Current balance: 277

Lifetime points: 277

Activity Feed

Action Points Note
Respond to P2P Reflection Questions on a Training Curriculum module (15 points per lesson completed) 15 Attended Introduction to Peer Education Zoom meeting and completed the reflection questions
Meet with SSDPers in another chapter (20 points) 20 Met with a SSDPer from UCL, KCL and Durham to discuss interational structure
Meet with SSDPers in another chapter (20 points) 20 2 SSDP Surrey members met with SSDPers from UCL, Durham and more for pre-CND discussion meeting
Meet with SSDPers in another chapter (20 points) 20 Met with SSDPers from UCL, Huddersfield, KCL, Newcastle and others to discuss a potential national campaign.
Meet with decision makers (20 points) 20 Met with university decision makers (chief student officer, head of wellbeing, head of security, head warden, head of health sciences) on 12/02/2021 to discuss improved support for students struggling with their substance use. Agreed to continue talking.
Submit content for blog (15 points) 15 Sent content to Roisin for a blog post
Policy changed or adopted (100 points) 100 Influenced the students' union to introduce a new drugs policy that mandates USSU to share harm reduction materials, organise drug awareness training with professional organisations and work in partnership with the University to ensure student wellbeing is first and foremost in the University’s disciplinary procedures.
Submit roster (10 points plus 1 point per five new, valid e-mails) 12
Meet with SSDPers in another chapter (20 points) 20 Attended SSDP UK Strategic Meeting with other SSDP UK chapters
Host community building event (20 points) 20 Hosted a welcome event for new members of SSDP Surrey
Recognized by school for the first time (15 points) 15 Ratified by USSU (University of Surrey Students' Union) on 18/12/2020

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