CUSU Women's Campaign

at Cambridge University Students' Union Old Examination Hall Free School Lane , Cambridge, CB2 3RF United Kingdom

The Cambridge University Students' Union Women’s Campaign is the student voice for gender equality in the University... get involved!

CUSU Women's Campaign
Cambridge University Students' Union Old Examination Hall Free School Lane
Cambridge CB2 3RF
United Kingdom
Contact Phone
P: 01223 333 313

General Info

We have a safer spaces policy which, if breached, will result in the comment that breaks our policy being deleted. Our policy is a follows: 0. (So important it is before point one) THIS IS A WOMEN'S SPACE. Respect women's experience, respect women's lived experience, respect women's voices. Men are welcome to read and to listen, but if you decide to engage please keep your male privilege in check.* 1. Sexism, racism, ageism, homophobia, transphobia, ableism or prejudice based on ethnicity, nationality, class, gender, gender presentation, language ability, asylum status or religious affiliation is unacceptable and comments containing this will be deleted. 2. Be aware that the Women's Campaign has a policy of believing survivors of rape. This is to create a safe space in the middle of a society that does not hear survivors' experiences. Any comments denying survivors' experiences will be deleted. 3. Be aware of the space you take up and the positions and privileges you bring, including racial, class and gender privilege. 4. Avoid assuming the opinions and identifications of other participants. 5. Recognize that we try not to judge, put each other down or compete. 6. Be aware of the language you use in discussion and how you relate to others. 7. Foster a spirit of mutual respect: listen to the wisdom everyone brings to the group. 8. Be aware that not only do people “do feminism” differently but that we are all learning all the time. If someone’s opinion differs from yours, that does not necessarily mean they are wrong. Be respectful when you challenge someone’s opinion. *Read these articles for an explanation of male privilege:

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UPDATES ON WOMCAM: Today I met with CAMBAC (Cambridge Business Against Crime) to discuss the possibility of training Cambridge bar staff and doormen in Good Night Out training and installing sexual harassment policies in all bars and clubs in Cambridge. I also met with Women's Aid to hear about what they do, and how the recent government cuts will affect them, and how we can help fundraise for really essential provisions. I also sat on the Women of the World Development Group, discussing the plans for the event in March 2016. Do get in touch with any ideas or comments at Hope you're all well. <3 (Charlie)