The Women’s Campaign supports and represents all women (including those who self-define as women) and non-binary students at Cambridge. We work to eliminate all forms of discrimination faced by women in the University, at an institutional, social and cultural level.
We are made up of women and non-binary people from different ethnic, religious and class backgrounds, trans women, queer, bisexual and lesbian women, disabled women and women who are student parents. We make decisions via Women’s Forum which is held weekly during term time. It is also where we go to socialise, update each other on events in the university and beyond, and discuss and organise our campaigns.
The work of the campaign is co-ordinated by the full-time Cambridge SU Women's Officer, Chloe Newbold and supported by JCR and MCR women's officers in the colleges. We are the main representative body for women in the University, as well as an autonomous campaigning body which provides a wide variety of services, resources and events for women in Cambridge.
The Women's Campaign Exec is made up of women and non-binary students who want to coordinate campaigns to tackle gender inequality. The committee is elected in Easter term each year by the entirety of the Women's Campaign.
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