Ethno-Cultural Collective

The Ethno-Cultural Collective is here to provide support and a safe, autonomous space for students that have felt marginalised on the basis of their race, ethnicity or culture.

We host campaigns and events that not only celebrate our diverse cultures but also educate the wider UNSW community on racism and ally-ship. 

Additionally, our People of Colour Collective and the Women of Colour Collective (open to all women-identifying students) are opportunities for students who self-identify as non-white to gather autonomously both online and in-person throughout the year.

Get involved

For more information on our collective times and what we do check out our Facebook Page or join our Facebook group, or contact our 2022 Ethno-Cultural Officer, Mahin Zaman.

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SRC Ethno-Cultural Officer

Diya Sengupta

SRC President

Michael Rahme

Arc Reception

P:(02) 9065 0900

H:10AM - 5PM

A:Gate 5 on High St, UNSW