Organised by the USyd Women’s collective, the protest took aim at ongoing sexual violence on campus and at colleges.
This year served up a smorgasbord of enticing events.
The Women’s Collective said “the deep culture of disdain for women will not change.”
The proposed changes would mean victims have to gather their own evidence in order to receive compensation.
The protest follows an investigation by Honi which revealed new instances of sexism, racism and hazing at the College.
By reacting instead of acting, we ultimately give universities the upper hand.
On the naked dress and the sexualisation of wom*n's bodies
To call or to not call out?
The protest has become the most important of the year among national Wom*n’s Collectives since the AHRC report into campus sexual assault was released in 2017
Tensions were high on Tuesday morning as two opposing sides of the abortion debate clashed outside the New South Wales Parliament House on Macquarie Street, where they would stand their ground for hours to come