You might be vegetarian or vegan and want to talk food and recipes? Perhaps you’re really into gender equality and want to speak about issues affecting women in the workforce. Yourimbah societies and collectives are formed for students by students and here is the info you need to join one or start your own.
Collectives are student-led groups which operate with the support of Yourimbah. If you would like to get involved call into the Yourimbah office. If you would like to start a new collective call in to see us.
The Queer Collective has a dedicated group of students who meet regularly for social reasons and to plan events, such as IDAHOT and Wear it Purple Days. If you would like to join, or get more information contact the Yourimbah office or Facebook us.
This group is for students and staff of Ourimbah campus who identify as women and who are interested in issues affecting women. The objectives of the Women's Collective are to represent and support all students and staff at the Ourimbah campus who identify as women, to highlight all relevant issues to women, to host special events, and to empower the lives of women. Contact Us.
Did you know?
- Women still earn, on average, 17% less than men, yet more women (56%) than men have tertiary qualifications
- One third of women, in Australia, have experience physical violence since the age of 15 years
- 70% of people living in poverty around the world are women