The Women’s Centre
at the University of Victoria 

The intentions of the centre are to uphold an anti-oppressive community space for self-identified women, non-binary and genderfluid folx to gather, share and learn from one another.

Please stay tuned as we are continuing to work on updating our website.

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The Women’s Centre is a beautiful space to socialize, study, or just hang out on campus.



The Women’s Centre Collective meets biweekly to discuss matters related to organizing and making decisions on behalf of the centre. From January to April 2015, the Women’s Centre collective will meet every second Monday from 4:30 to 6:30 pm in SUB B107. New members are always welcome! Find out more about the collective here. Drop by the centre or check out our calendar of events to find out about upcoming meetings.


Sharing snacks and sunshine at a summertime collective meeting 



If you’re interested in volunteering at the Women’s centre, please contact us at wcentre@uvss.ca. We are always seeking new members for our committees and we have volunteer positions available to supporting the following work:

  • Finance
  • Garden committee
  • Trans Inclusion
  • Anti-discrimination
  • Fundraising
  • Person’elle (Personnel)
  • Thirdspace zine (Fall – Spring)
Collective members Eliana and Anna

Collective members Eliana and Anna helping out at our community garden plot

thirdspace 2015: uni<div>ersity 

In society and schools, feminism is often brought up and discussed in a one-dimensional way. This is also common when cultures, religions, sexualities, disabilities and other identities and experiences are discussed. In this issue of thirdspace, we want to showcase how we are unified by intersectional feminism, but not uniform in identity. In this issue, we asked contributors, how does gender impact your identity?

Thirdspace, our anti-racist feminist zine, has finished accepting submissions so keep an eye out for the completed zine at the end of April.

Contact <<thirdspace.zine@gmail.com>> to find out where you can pick up a copy of the zine or find it online here.

Also, check out our thirdspace archives.