The constitution sets out the framework within which USI operates. It provides for our democracy, our officers, and our core functions. You can view a current copy of the USI constitution at http://usi.ie/about-usi/constitution/ and the policy manual at http://usi.ie/policymanual/.
You may submit multiple proposals.
The constitution is the ultimate arbiter of the parameters of USI's work. The policy manual, on the other hand, is a collection of instructions given by Congress. These instructions expire if not renewed. This review concerns the constitution and not policy. For example, instructions to officer board, campaign and training ideas, member engagement issues, equality issues, welfare issues and academic affairs issues are matters of policy rather than of the constitution.
If you have any questions you can contact USI at firstname.lastname@example.org. A set of questions that you might consider is available here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1fAeRQf1YMj3KGdBaaLU_aKSb7f4AMMNiEyxB_bNEgpg/edit?usp=sharing