KCLSU Networks

combat oppression, discrimination, and inequality faced by students from liberation communities on a local and national level
KCLSU Networks are representative communities who act as a platform to facilitate connection, collaboration and collective campaigning
We’ve got Liberation Networks to provide community, empowerment and representation to groups often marginalised in society.
Women's Network

Hello! I’m Harshita Lalwani, an incoming 3rd year Accounting and Finance student. I am the Women’s Network Chair for the year 2021-22 and the Vice-President at KCL Women in Leadership and KCL India Society.

The KCLSU Women’s Network stands to protect the interests of female students and staff across King’s and to ensure that equal opportunities are provided to all.

We aim to continue working towards providing more leadership and career opportunities to support women at King’s, bringing all women-led societies under one roof, hosting campaigns/projects, creating a platform that celebrates the glorious women and ensuring that KCL is a safe space for all.

I firmly believe that every person is capable of making change and that no change is small or big rather every step is a step towards equality and empowerment. I believe that together we can make significant changes, take KCLSU Women’s Network to greater heights whilst inspiring and empowering each other along the way. If you see yourself being a part of KCLSU Women's Network, get in touch with us.

Feel free to reach me at [email protected]


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