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College Information
St John's College
Oxford
OX1 3JP

http://www.sjc.ox.ac.uk
Campaign Information
College Investments (03/04): 202 million
Active Campaign?: Yes
College Contact: christopher.fullerton@st-johns.oxford.ac.uk
Recent Activities: Any activities in this institution should be logged in the updates and reports section below, or in the discussion space.
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24/11/05: General Update
snippets of info about St John's investments
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23/10/05: ARMS TRADE INVESTMENT FIGURES
St John's invests 1.8 million in the arms trade.
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29/05/05: SJC Income
Facts from the Ox Stu
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25/02/05: Results of this term's efforts
How things have been going.
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04/02/05: FoI Application
This was submitted on Monday 31st January.
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30/01/05: This term's plans
We had a meeting on Wed 26th, and these are our plans for the next term or so.
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21/11/04: Next meeting - Wed 7pm MT04 -7th Wk - Graves Room
Last week was a week of research. Our outcomes will be fed back at this meeting so we can decide on the way forward from here.
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21/11/04: The (abridged) story so far....
Richard Tindell and Anne-Marie O'Reilly have had a meeting with the President to discuss how to pursue a Socially Responsible Investment policy in college.
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14/11/04: Next meeting - Wed 17th Nov 04 - 7pm, The Graves Room
Come along and find out how our research has gone so far. Help plan our next steps!
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31/10/04: First Meeting - Wed 4th week MT04 - 7pm, the Graves Room
Please come along to learn more about the campaign and help figure out our campaign strategy - lets make St John's' investments socially responsible!
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01/12/02: 2001 / 2002 Not In Our Names Campaign
Information from the 2001 / 2 Not in Our Names SRI Campaign.
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24/11/05: Proposal to St John's Governing Body(.doc)
This proposal has been submitted to Governing Body for 30th November 2005. Anne-Marie O'Reilly, JCR E and E officer will present it. (Word Document, 72.5Kb)
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19/02/05: Letter of support for Governing Body Members to sign (.doc)
We have divided a list of our Governing Body members at St John's between students. Over the next three weeks, we hope to have approached every member asking them to sign a letter of support for SRI addressed to our principle bursar. (Word document, 10Kb)
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08/06/05: First half of First Useful Reply to Appeal (.doc)
Actual info to be expected in twenty days apparently! (Word Document, 1320 Kb)
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07/06/05: SJC First Reply to Appeal (.doc)
(Word Document,732 Kb)
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07/06/05: 2nd reply to Appeal(.doc)
Another explanation of why it was taking them so long (Word Document, 915 Kb)
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29/05/05: Survey Results (.xls)
Here are the results from our survey of the JCR and MCR at St John's in Hilary Term 05. (Excel Document, 64 Kb)
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29/03/05: Appeal under the Freedom of Information Act (.doc)
This was sent on 29th March 2005 (Word Document, 24Kb)
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02/03/05: St John's reply to FOI Application (.doc)
This is the reply we received, an hour before the 20 day deadline was up!(Word Document, 1.1 MB)
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25/02/05: Freedom of Information Application
This is the application we submitted on 31st January 2005, which was forwarded to Dr Boyce and Sir Michael Scholar to consider.
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04/02/05: SURVEY (.pdf)
This is a survey for JCR nd MCR members at St John's, including questions on SRI and Recycling. Results should be collated by end of 6th week, HT 05. (pdf file, 83 Kb)
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09/06/05: First Useful reply to Appeal (Part 2) (.doc)
This half of the letter tells me that they will be revealing some info in the next twenty days (1530 Kb)
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