A caucus is a formal meetings for a specific group of people. There are a number of autonomous and state caucuses held at QC. These allow space for groups with particular shared experiences to meet and discuss their commonalities, and to discuss issues that are particularly relevant to their own experiences.
Disability Caucus: The Disabilities caucus is a space for people with disabilities and people who experience ableist oppression. This includes (but is not limited to): people with physical, mental, learning, developmental, social, hearing, visual, and/or sensory disabilities and/or impairments, mental illnesses, chronic illnesses, debilitating medical conditions, and/or members of the d/Deaf and Autism Spectrum communities.
Women’s Caucus: A space for people who experience wom*n’s oppression. The space is open to people who identify as or with women.
TISGD Caucus: A space open to all intersex, trans, sex and/or gender diverse people. This includes, but is not limited to, intersex, trans, transgender, transsexual, transex, genderqueer, crossdressers, gender pirates, agender, androgynes, neutrois, post-gender and gender fuckers.
Ethnocultural Caucus: A space for people who identify as Indigenous, culturally and/or linguistically diverse and People of Colour where we can discuss our experiences, and the intersections of being both ethnocultural and queer.