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Students of Sustainability 2018

Students of Sustainability

Students of Sustainability is an annual environmental and social justice conference that brings together activists, students, educators and artists from around Australia for a week of education, culture, networking, celebration, delicious food and camping. 

SoS enables participants to learn more about social, environmental, indigenous and political issues through workshops and lectures. It’s a unique opportunity for people to network and combine their ideas to create a better future.

The event is being held on the Wurrundjeri land of the Kulin nations. We acknowledge that sovereignty was never ceded and colonisation has, and continues, a devastating process of genocide and dispossession. We pay our respects to elders past, present and emerging.

In 2018, SOS will be held in Narrm (Woi Wurrung for Melbourne) from 7 to 11 July.

Get Involved

  • To join our organising team, contact us via our website!
  • Tickets go on sale on the 3rd of May. Buy before the 30th to enjoy our early-bird discounts! Buy tickets


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