Gender Justice Barbershop @ RUSU's VE Smoko

Join the Gender Justice Barbershop alongside RUSU's VE Smoko event to grab some brekky and a fade.

This event is all about getting to know the new team from the Gender Equity & Justice Project who are undertaking a number of student activities that aim to prevent violence and challenge outdated gender norms and stereotypes!

Event details: 

Smoko One - Register here

  • Monday 19th September, 12pm - 2pm 
  • Location: Building 78, Student Lounge, Carlton, 3053

Smoko Two - Register here

  • Monday 3rd October, 12pm - 2pm 
  • Location: Building 78, Student Lounge, Carlton, 3053

Keep on your radar our big event coming up at the start of October with the She is not your rehab crew from NZ!

Want to know more?

Contact us at Gender.Justice@rmit.edu.au

Please Note:

Haircuts will be offered as first in, first served with a stagnated number system on the days for a limited number of lucky students.

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