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Feminist (FemSoc)

WHO ARE WE? 

We are the University of Sussex Feminist Society (FemSoc). We are a feminist group aimed at building a community and raising awareness of Gendered issues on campus and off. We are open to all genders and are trans-inclusive, and will discuss and promote all intersectionalities of gender, race, and sexuality in our meetings.

WHAT DO WE DO?

We have hour-long meetings every other week, which are a variation of films, speakers, discussions, and presentations by members. We also hold safe space discussions where you can raise issues which have recently affected you, and celebrate feminism, gender, diversity, and sexuality. 

Our meetings are open to anyone, and we will update our facebook page weekly to reflect what our weekly topic will be. 

COMMITEE POSITIONS STILL AVAILABLE!!

Please attend a meeting or email FEMSOC@SOCIETIES.SUSSEXSTUDENT.COM

You can also contact us on our Facebook page for more information: https://www.facebook.com/SussexFemSoc/

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  • Feminist (FemSoc) Standard Membership£0.00

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Activities Officer - Lucy Williams

Email: activities@sussexstudent.com
Office: Activities Centre, 1st floor, Falmer House

Societies Coordinator - Charlie Temperton

Email: charlie.t@sussexstudent.com
Phone: 01273 678625
Office: Activities Centre, 1st floor, Falmer House

Activities Administrator (Societies) - Mike Wilkins

Email: mike.w@sussexstudent.com
Phone: 01273 873415
Office: Activities Centre, 1st floor, Falmer House

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