Vivienne Guo, Ellie Wilson

Vivienne Guo, Ellie Wilson

Women’s Officers

Email: womens.officers@src.usyd.edu.au

Facebook:USYDWOCO

Consultation meetings: Tuesdays 1-2:30pm at the SRC office.

The Women’s Officers of the USyd SRC and convenors of the USyd Women’s Collective are Vivienne Guo and Ellie Wilson.

The USyd Women’s Collective is the most active, left-wing and activist Women’s Collective in the country. As all oppression is intersectional, so must our activism be; we are unabashedly anti-capitalist, anti-colonial, and radically progressive in our activism. For over 50 years, we have organised campaigns against sexual violence on campus, for the decriminalisation of abortion, against the archaic systems of the colleges. We fight for the liberation of all, not simply empowerment of a few.

The USyd Women’s Collective (WoCo) organise and meet on the stolen land of the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation. This land was violently stolen in 1788, and it always was and always will be Aboriginal land. In our fight to liberate all women and non-binary people, we must remember that First Nations women are far too highly represented in statistics of domestic violence, sexual violence, and incarceration. WoCo will always seek to decolonise and stand in solidarity with First Nations people in Warrang (so-called ‘Sydney’).

Don’t hesitate to contact us if you’d like to know more or get involved! WoCo meets regularly and organises events such as reading groups, movie screenings and picnics throughout the year.

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/usydwoco/

Instagram: @usydwoco

Twitter: @usydwoco

Email: usydwomenscollective@gmail.com

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