People Before Profit (Magee)
Discover the power of collective action with PBP! Voice your opinions, strengthen your understanding of social issues, and influence the direction of our society for the betterment of the University and our local community.
Join engaging debates on vital topics, from social justice to affordable housing. We take actions on issues that matter, support local events, and keep you informed as socialists. Be part of the movement for change. Join People Before Profit today and make a difference!
Debates and Discussions
PBP is your platform to engage in thought-provoking debates and discussions. Whether it's about economic equality, social justice, or environmental sustainability, we provide a space for open and respectful dialogue on the issues that matter most.
And it's not just about large concepts; importantly, we will discuss topics that affect you as a Magee student. From the challenges of finding affordable housing near campus to the burden of tuition fees, even concerns about university corporatism and issues rooted in university mismanagement, PBP is your platform to engage in meaningful discussions and take action on the issues that directly impact your life.
PBP stand for what we believe in, we not only discuss socialist values we take these concepts and apply them in the real world.
We stand in solidarity with the UCU lecturers currently on strike. As active socialists, we support the struggle for fair pay and improved working conditions. For too long, dedicated teaching staff in our 3rd level sector have endured a steady erosion of their pay and working conditions. This has had a detrimental impact on their wellbeing and, by extension, the quality of education at Magee.
As students, we recognise that their working conditions directly shape our learning conditions. Therefore, we call on the student union and all student societies to join us in a show of solidarity with the striking lecturers. Let us demonstrate our support by cancelling the Freshers’ Fair and standing beside them on the picket lines, sending a clear message of solidarity and support for decent pay and fair working conditions.