At 12PM this Friday (May 21) on South Lawn, join our UMSU departments, students and staff to strike for the climate!
Click ‘GOING’ on our event to stay up to date on all organising efforts: https://fb.me/e/EodnNaS5 . Sign our petition here: bit.ly/may21petition 🌏🌱
School Strike 4 Climate (SS4C) has called a #ClimateStrike for May 21. Melbourne Uni staff and students will turn out in force to join the rally in the city. Workers and students are mobilising to demand that the Morrison Government #FundOurFutureNotGas:
1. Resource Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander-led solutions that guarantee land rights and care for country.
2. Fund the creation of jobs that fast track solutions to the climate crisis and help communities recover.
3. Fund Projects that transition our economy and communities to 100% renewable energy by 2030, through expanded public ownership.
Dylan McConnell – Energy Scientist, NTEU & Workers 4 Climate Action Member
Srishti Chatterjee (they/them) – UMSU Women’s Officer
Callum Simpson (he/him) – Education Officer, Postgraduate Environment Network (PEN)
Brittney Henderson (she/them) – Indigenous Representative on Students’ Council
Help us spread this climate strike across our campus so we can give the school strikers a massive show of support on May 21. Get involved with the Enviro Collective and invite your friends, classmates, club mates, housemates, students, tutors and lecturers to strike on the day.
This Climate Strike is held by the UMSU Environments Department, with support from the wonderful folks from the National Tertiary Education Union (NTEU), and our lovely friends from the Media, People of Colour, Women’s, Education Public and Academic, Activities, Queer, Clubs & Societies, and Welfare departments. ❤️
We acknowledge that we are based on the unceded lands of the Wurundjeri and Boon Wurrung people of the Kulin Nations. We reaffirm that no vision of environmental justice is complete without First Nations justice. We pay our respect to their elders past and present. This land was, is and always will be, Aboriginal land. Sovereignty was never ceded.
WHAT: Students and Staff Climate Strike Contingent
WHEN: 12PM, May 21st
WHERE: South Lawn
“Overall, this subject was quite good.
Lectures covered the history and development of medical practice and principles as we know it today. The lectures were ‘very historical’ and sometimes quite boring.
But the tutorials were much more interesting. The assessment consists of a weekly 150blog (in which you had to pick out a point from the material that was covered that week and elaborate on it, say what you learnt etc. it wasn’t too hard to do), a 2000 word critical review of anything related to medicine (any text, book, movie, article, series….) and a group wiki assignment relating to a ‘scandal’ in medical history. The wiki was really great and very easy to do.”
Would you recommend this subject? YES