In making this publication, I hope we are able to maintain and advance discussions of feminism, anti-colonialism and anti-capitalism on campus and continue the proud history of the Women’s Collective into the future.
In the middle of a health crisis, the focus should be on victim-survivor healing, not punishment.
Imperialist, sexist, racist and classist structures are replicated in spaces where we organise against them, and reconstitute themselves endlessly in individual interactions by default.
Social biases and oppressions are dangerously perpetuated through data.
Speaking with staff about how casualisation is a feminist issue.
Revisiting the radical beginnings of gender studies at USyd.
In memory of Faustina Tay.
The "people's war" war emancipated the women who served in it in a number of ways.
When it comes to reproductive health, Palestinian women face complex and intertwined barriers.
Excluding religious people from left-wing politics is an unviable prospect.