The Gender Justice Barbershop Pop Up - Pride Week

Pride Barbershop hosted by RMIT’s new Gender Equity and Justice Project. Drop by for hair, mocktails and hangs!

RMIT’s new Gender Equity and Justice Project will be hosting a limited but unique experience at their Pride Barbershop pop up at the City and Carlton campuses during Pride Week 2022.

So drop by for hair, mocktail and hangs with this new team who will be undertaking a number of student projects that aim to prevent violence and challenge outdated gender norms and stereotypes!

Event details: 

Session 1 (Carlton) - Register here

  • Wednesday 24 August, 1pm - 4pm
  • Building 78, Ogrady Place, Carlton, VIC 3053

Session 2 (City) - Register here

  • Thursday 25 August, 2pm - 4pm
  • City campus, Bowen St

Want to know more or get involved?

Contact us on gender.justice@rmit.edu.au

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