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Feminist Society
The Feminist Society acts as a platform for activism across NUIG, promoting important political campaigns and events such as 16 Days of Activism to End Violence Against Women and International Women's Day. In addition, the Society creates a safe and welcoming space for women on campus to discuss
Committee Members
Auditor:Hayley Little
Events Manager:Lorraine Grimes
Campaigns Officer:Orla Patton
Public Relations Officer:Sinead Leahy
Treasurer:Malva Freire Regueira
Vice-Auditor:Ruth Sweeney
Trans* Officer:Alex Coughlan
December 19th
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Feminist Society

The Feminist Society acts as a platform for activism across NUIG, promoting important political campaigns and events such as 16 Days of Activism to End Violence Against Women and International Women's Day. In addition, the Society creates a safe and welcoming space for women on campus to discuss and debate feminist issues.

Join the society or renew your membership via YourSpace. It is free!


The Feminist Society acts as a platform for activism across NUIG, promoting important political campaigns and events such as 16 Days of Activism to End Violence Against Women and International Women’s Day. In addition, the Society promotes exciting social activities, including feminist music, film and literary fiction nights with invited speakers. FemSoc also aims to create partnerships with local and national organisations who share our ethos, in addition to linking in with other Clubs & Societies.

Feminist Society Mission Statement

Feminism advances the idea that all genders should enjoy equal status in society. It is a collection of movements aimed at defining, establishing and defending equal political, economic and social rights, as well as equal opportunities for all. Though it is an oft misunderstood concept, the Feminist Society believes that feminism is more relevant than ever in contemporary Ireland.

Acknowledging and building on the longstanding history of feminist activism in NUI Galway, which has been revived in recent years by dedicated students and staff, the Feminist Society aims to provide a forum for debate and discussion on issues of equality and human rights. We are open to all students, staff, and alumni of any gender, and anyone interested in coming together with like-minded people or to learn more about what feminism represents.

The Society is anti-racist, anti-sexist, anti-homophobic, anti-transphobic, anti-ableist, and pro-choice.

Our constitution:goo.gl/r3Goei

Meetings

Date, time and venue will be circulated to members.

Contact Us

National University of Ireland, Galway, University Road, Galway, Ireland