SRC Women's Collective

The Women's Collective is a great social way of getting involved in your SRC and increasing representation of women in our student organisations while meeting amazing, like-minded friends!

We run a range of events; from social events to working with the university to make UNSW a better place for women.

About Us

The UNSW Women’s collective (WoCo) is a social and political group who focus on activism, education and feminist organising. The collective, as well as the Women’s room on campus, is open to all women, non-binary and trans people.

WoCo is an inclusive and welcoming space that aims to work collectively in an anti-hierarchical way to fight for feminist change on campus and larger society.

Get involved

Come along to our weekly meetings! 

WoCo meetings are held once a week on Mondays at 7:30pm on Zoom. These meetings are a space where we plan our events and campaigns!  

To get involved, please join our Facebook group to access the Zoom meeting link as well as details for our all upcoming plans!

Please find our other website for further details on events and much more!

You can also get involved by emailing Estell Mathew, the Women's Officer, at with any questions, concerns or queries you may have. 

Also be sure to like our public page for more updates!

SRC Women's Officer

Imandi Mudugamuwa

SRC President

Michael Rahme

Arc Reception

P:(02) 9065 0900

H:10AM - 5PM

A:Gate 5 on High St, UNSW

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