Students of Sustainability 2020 - sydney
Students of Sustainability (SoS) Warrang Sydney in January 2020 from Monday, January 13th to Friday, January 17th is being held on the stolen lands of the Gadigal and Dharug people, country that was and always will be First Nation’s Land.

We wish to pay respect to elders past, present, and becoming, and acknowledge that sovereignty of this land has never been ceded. We acknowledge that the fight for First Nations sovereignty is essential and fundamental to any and all social and environmental justice.

SoS 2020 will be held in Warrang - Sydney.

SoS Values and Expectations:

All workshop applications for SoS 2020 must reflect the above values, and broader principles of SoS 2019 and the Australian Student Environment Network (https://asen.org.au/about/values/)

The organising collective will review workshop applications for the conference, and be in touch with successful applicants.

[If you have any questions or concerns regarding the application process or anything, please get in contact via email]

SoS is concerned with environmental and social justice, with a focus on how these issues intersect and how we can find practical solutions to global injustices. These concerns lead SoS to oppose capitalist injustices and search for alternative visions of society, as well as educating ourselves and others in activism, practical skills, theories, and radical ideas.

SoS must be an open and accessible space for all ‘students of life,’ so we endeavour to provide financial and logistical assistance to those who require it for attendance and throughout the conference.

SoS requires from its participants and presenters respect for others and the land, and requests that participants remain mindful of everyone else at the gathering. It is unacceptable for anyone to participate in any form of oppressive behaviour or unjust discrimination. In particular, but not exclusively, there is to be absolutely no transphobia, sexism, racism, ableism, homophobia and fatphobia,. We endeavour to promote the values of anti colonial and transformative justice in our internal processes.

- Facilitators, presenters, and all participants, are to treat all others with respect and decency.

- Workshop facilitators will not express ideas that will endanger participants and their welfare without properly discussing the potential risks involved.

- If using personal experience or anecdotes, presenters should clearly acknowledge these as the basis of their opinion. Similarly, if making claims based on some qualification or evidence, these should be specified as such.
- Presenters are not to sell wares or products as part of their workshops.
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