The decision follows allegations that Charles Waterstreet sexually harrased a USyd student while she was working for him.
“We cannot let university managements use the report to pretend they’re at the forefront of institutional reform when, in reality, it’s the result of the hard work of survivors and feminist activists."
Student representatives have hit back following the AHRC's press conference praising the work of universities against sexual violence.
The student briefing process has been muddled, and representatives including Wom*n's Officers have not been made privy to results
SRC Wom*n’s Officer, Anna Hush, reflects on a year of wins, and the activist tactics that enabled them
Arabella Close, Anna Hush, Courtney Thompson and Subeta Vimalarajah on working with an ethic of love
Courtney Thompson mixed politics with pleasure at the Wom*n’s Collective publication launch
Tina Huang reports
Sydney University Wom*n’s Collective on how to make campus a safer space during student elections.
Sam Langford took some (aste)risks writing this article.