Peter Burell-Sander, Steff Leinasars

Peter Burell-Sander, Steff Leinasars

Queer Officers

The USYD Queer Action Collective (QuAC) is a politically active collective which runs campaigns against all kinds of oppression related to the discrimination of LGBTQ+ people.

We recognise the history of radical resistance which runs through the history of Australia as invasion defines it and aspire to be another thread in the vast tapestry of the oppressed and exploited joining one another to reclaim what has been taken.

Previously the collective has engaged with campaigns such as the Safe Schools program, the Manus refugee crisis and campaigns against sexual assault. The collective plans to take action around ongoing discrimination against LGBTQ+ people at universities, rampant transphobia and fascists the whole wide world around.

Our aims are to continue a safe, politically engaged collective for queer students at USYD, present and future. We hold weekly meetings during which we collectively decide how we can best operate to support our comrades and achieve our own goals.

For more info contact:

Twitter: @USYDQuac

Latest Reports

Queer Officers’ Report – Week 3, Sem 1, 2017

Andrea Zephyr, William Edwards and Connor Parissis Upcoming events (LGBTI only): Next Meeting: 3pm Monday, 20th of March Queer Honi Meeting: 2pm Wednesday, 22nd of March Upcoming events (for everyone): Rainbow Campus Meeting: 4pm Monday, 27th of March. Trans Day of Visibility: Friday, 31st of March (Stay tuned for our events!) Pride Week: Week 6, […]

Queer Officer’s Report – Week 8, Sem 2, 2016

Evan Jones and Marcus Wong The first month of the semester has been just as strong as any this year and we’re lucky to have remained so active. We attended the rally called by Community Action Against Homophobia on the anniversary of the 2004 amendment that specifically defined marriage as between a man and a […]

Queer Officer’s Report – Week 1, Sem 2, 2016

Marcus Wong & Evan Jones It’s been a busy year all-round and the past couple of months have certainly been no exception. We protested La Trobe University in the aftermath of Roz Ward’s dismissal. Following that we protested the Drummoyne Baptist Church’s event that hosted Brett Lee-Price who has expressed extremely transphobic views, including offering […]