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Fees & Higher Education Funding

Access to Education

Repeal the 8th

Fossil Free TCD


Sexual Consent

Gender Equality

Mental Health

Body & Soul


International Student Support

Health & Sport

Refugee Initiatives with SUAS

Homelessness with Trinity FLAC

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Create your own campaign

6 weeks before


  • The event should be identified and relevant partners (SU, societies) should be briefed on the idea. A project lead should be identified and a meeting of those involved should be booked. Speakers should be contacted (ideally well before this, but definitely by now).

4 weeks before


  • The theme and content of the campaign/event should have been decided.
  • Social media, posters, etc. should have been designed.
  • Everyone should be briefed on the exact nature of the event.

3 weeks before


  • Facebook/email promotion should begin.

2 weeks before


  • All stakeholders should meet to discuss what is and is not working with the campaign – do not be afraid to scrap/change what is not working.
  • Promotion should be ramped up and event forms/bookings should be confirmed by now.
  • Everyone should know what is happening (very important).
  • Get the SU to liaise with College to advertise it via official channels.

1 week before

Weekly Email

  • The SU weekly email should have full details and the Facebook page of the campaign/event should be identified.

3 days before

Final Preparations

  • Final preparations should be made. Good luck!

Useful Contacts

Getting campaigns booked in Trinity means you have to know the right person to contact. Below you'll find contact details for the people in College who can help you book rooms, reach graduates, partner with societies or clubs. Always pop an email if you’re stuck, but these contacts should work to start with:

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