The union will work with the Environmental Society to call on Trinity to cease its €6 million investment in oil assets.
A motion on a student-led 1916 centenary initiative passed by a wide margin tonight.
The motion was conceived collaboratively between DU Amnesty and the union’s International Students Officer.
Karen McCord was elected as Environmental Officer after a contentious debate regarding a motion proposing to remove the position.
The partnership with Beijing Foreign Studies University provides for a joint research programme, and will also facilitate student exchange between the universities.
Launched today outside Trinity’s Front Gate, they propose a €5000-per-year payment from students, and optional student loans.
The "What's in the Pill?" campaign aims to reduce harm when students take drugs.
The campaign, due to be launched by the Environmental Society, will aim to end all College investments in fossil fuel companies.
Trinity has been ranked 74th in the world for arts and humanities by Times Higher Education.
The bill, which passed through the final stages of the Dáil on Tuesday, aims to expand the rights of those with intellectual disabilities in Ireland.