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Collectives are organised communities, made up of students from various equity groups at the University. Unlike clubs, Collectives are autonomous; that is, they are only open to students who identify as part of the equity group they represent.
Collectives are vital to the function of student associations, as they ensure that all student voices (including those from traditionally silenced or marginalised groups) are heard. Collectives provide important services for their members, and the wider community:
The Convener of each Collective is also a member of UNSA’s Student Representative Council, so all Collectives have a seat at the table, and help advise on the needs of students.