FREE Self-Defence Classes:

USYD Women is providing FREE self-defence classes run by self-defence instructor Penny Gulliver from Newtown Martial Arts, THIS Wednesday and we would love to see you there (all USYD students are welcome)!
WHEN: Wednesday 16th October
WHERE: ABS Seminar Room 3310

Verve Super

It has been reported that Australian women retire with 47% less superannuation than men. By 2025 Australian Women will hold 1.5 trillion in superannuation. Many young people are unaware of the way their superannuation account works let alone where their superannuation is being invested. Verve Super’s purpose is to be a superannuation found that is 100% focused on serving women and ethical investment. They also run programs dedicated to equipping and empowering women with financial literacy skills. If you would like to have a session with the team at Verve Super to discuss the basics of superannuation and your financial literacy, please get into contact with us so we can organise a time that suits. Otherwise stay tuned or come visit at the SRC to read and access more information from Verve Super.

The #MeToo Movement:

The Sydney Peace Foundation is awarding the 2019 Sydney Peace Prize to Tarana Burke and Tracey Spicer AM on behalf of the #MeToo Movement.

“For empowering survivors of sexual harassment and violence, and elevating their voices; for championing truth and justice; for highlighting the breadth and impact of sexual violence worldwide; and for launching a demand for change that is sweeping the world.”

You are invited to attend the awarding of the prize and hear from an incredible line up of inspiring and powerful women on Thursday 14 November at Sydney Town Hall. USYD Women will be able to sponsor you to attend the lecture and award ceremony. I

NSW Rape Crisis and Sexual Assault Hotline: 1800 424 017
Phone: 1800 RESPECT (Sexual Assault, Family & Domestic Violence counselling. Free 24/7)
ON Campus: 1800 SYD HLP (1800 793 457): to report an incident of sexual harassment or assault or to make a complaint about misconduct.

Gabi Stricker-Phelps and Crystal Xu