The Women’s Campaign (WomCam) supports and represents all women students, including (if they wish) those who's gender identity includes 'woman', at Cambridge University. We bring together feminist organising across the University and campaign for change at an institutional, social and cultural level. Alongside our feminist organising, we are also a community of care and solidarity, providing a space that will welcome and celebrate you through your time at Cambridge.
All those who feel part of the campaign are welcome to attend and make use of the WomCam space throughout their time at Cambridge. Your gender will never be questioned at WomCam events - we assume that if you are here, that this space is meant for you! Our campaign is comprised of both undergradute and postgraduate students.
There are lots of different ways to get involved in campaign activities:
What are we doing this year?
The activties of the campaign are lead by an elected committee of students in a range of roles. The committee includes the SU Women's Officer, Milo Eyre-Morgan, who is accountable to the campaign and its members. Here are some of the key projects we are working on in 2021-22:
Think there is something missing? Come along to forum or contact us, we always welcome new ideas!