Women's Liberation


Women students are all students self-identifying as women, including those with complex gender identities which include 'woman', and those who experience oppression as women. Women students often have shared experiences at university, and there are a number of societies and networks that advocate for women’s liberation at Greenwich. See a full list of groups here.


Feminism Society

Our Feminism Society runs a huge number of events across the year and work on lots of great advocacy projects.

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Women's Liberation Network 

The Women’s Liberation Network is here to support, organise and facilitate conversations on issues affecting women students at university, both at a local and national level.

The network is open to all who self-define as women, including those with complex gender identities which include 'woman', and those who experience oppression as women. The Women’s Liberation Network wants to raise awareness about the discrimination women face in higher education, to advocate for their needs and fight for gender equality and accessibility at university.

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Liberation Organiser

Hi everyone! My name is Nele, I’m a third-year English Literature student and also one of the Liberation Organisers at Greenwich Students' Union. My job is to facilitate the Women’s Liberation Network.

I have a lot of experience working for Liberation causes at Greenwich as the former President and current treasurer of the Feminism Society, who the network works together with.

As a committed intersectional feminist, I’m passionate about advocating for gender equality, improving higher education for women, trans and non-binary folk, and overall smacking the patriarchy!

Pictured above Nele - Liberation Organiser

If you have any questions, want to chat or get involved, please drop me a message.

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