We’re running three different collectives this year! Whether you want to chill and socialise with other gals and enby pals, or take part in feminist activism to promote safety on campus, we’re here for you. Come along – we have a space for everyone!
Please note that Women’s Collectives are safe spaces. To make sure all students are safe and comfortable, it is important to remember that transphobia, racism, ableism, classism, fatphobia and misogyny are not acceptable, as well as any other type of discrimination not listed. If you engage in any disrespectful behaviour, the host of the collective has the right to remove you.
NOTE: Because of evolving COVID-19 restrictions, all Semester 2 collectives will be held on Zoom until we’re allowed to host events on campus again.
Every Tuesday at 12PM
Looking for a safe space to express and discuss your identity as a woman, trans, non-binary or gender-diverse student at UniMelb?
This weekly collective is a safe space just for you. Come along for solidarity with snacks, and to meet and greet other gals and enby pals!
DATES: Every Tuesday
Every Wednesday at 12PM
Looking for a safe space to express and discuss your identity as a woman, trans, non-binary or gender-diverse of colour student at UniMelb?
This weekly collective is a safe space just for you. Come along for solidarity with snacks, and to meet and greet other gals and enby pals of colour!
DATES: Every Wednesday
Every Thursday at 2PM
Passionate about gender equality and safety on campus?
This collective brings together ALL students wanting to get involved in feminist action! Whether you’re a seasoned activist, or want to learn more and get involved in making change, we’d love to have you!
CW: these collectives may discuss sexual assault and harassment.
DATES: Every Thursday, from Week 6.
The Women’s Department acknowledge that the Wurundjeri People of the Kulin Nations are the Traditional Custodians of the land upon which we will be holding these events. We acknowledge that this land was stolen and sovereignty has never been ceded. Always was, always will be, Aboriginal land.