To further anti-oppression understanding and work, holding a regular group with peers or colleagues may support discussions and learning on intersectionality. Participants could take it in turns to bring a topic to the group.
Check out the resources we've collated for our own group at SOS-UK (it is not exhaustive!), alongside our sustainability & intersectionality resource hub.
Check out our compilation of intersectionality and sustainability resources
Make sure your university money is invested in the interest of students
Ask your elected representatives if they support climate education.
Our workshop supports students in choosing a more ethical bank account.
Make your accommodation more sustainable at university
Our podcast series with an intersectional take on the climate emergency
Learn about how to sustainably move into the private rented sector
A learning and discussion group to further anti-oppression work
Use your dissertation, placement or project as a force for good
Use our 15 step checklist to help you work towards eating more sustainably
Find out if your institution is ambitious enough in its climate commitments
Find out more about Invest for Change and get started campaigning!
Volunteer, take part in competitions and view tips on sustainable living