Lola Fayokun




I joined my local Young Labour group at 14 and for the last few years, I’ve been campaigning in the student climate movement. On-campus, I co-chair LSESU Labour Society and organise with LSE Justice for Cleaners, where cleaners and students fight university management mistreatment together.

In all of these spaces, my work has been focused on promoting a vision of the world with socialist principles of care, democracy and justice at its heart. I am standing to be Women’s Officer because I believe that the re-founding of Labour Students is a perfect opportunity for it to be rebuilt as a democratic organisation that fights for the interests of students and champions these values.

I will help to build a Labour Students which supports Labour Clubs with political education; developing confident and empowered organisers across the country and building a socialist feminist political alternative. I’ll use my organising experience to help create a Labour Students that works across the wider student movement – from workplace organising to the climate movement – to make that alternative a reality.

I’m proud to be standing with the support of Momentum and trade unionists to fight for a socialist future.

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