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Thursday, September 23, 2010

QueerCampus India (QCI)- Delhi public meeting- Sept 25, 2010

TIME: Saturday, September 25 · 3:00pm - 5:00pm

PLACE: Max Mueller Bhavan,
Atul Grove Lane, Connaught Place (Near Barakhambha Road Metro Station)
New Delhi

Introduction and interactive discussion session for the attendees. Share your experiences and ideas/suggestions for QCI.


1) We'll talk about group structuring for QCI and various ways of doing the same.

2) We'll focus on our first college meeting. We'll initiate discussion regarding a 'QCI talk and activity' session for colleges- something fun and interactive.

3) and a lot more. . .

If you can help us to arrange a meeting at your college, please contact at qcampus.india@gmail.com.

You can help us to approach the administration of your college, or get us some contacts regarding the same. We need campus spaces to hold QCI meetings because it'll allow us to get more visible among the general college-going youth and initiate a queer call.

PS- This Time the meeting won't be conducted in the Hall area. Instead of that, the meeting will be held in the cafeteria.

-- Also, please email us if you'd like to have the contact number of one of our members.

Thursday, September 9, 2010

QueerCampus India(QCI)- Delhi public meeting- Sept 11, 2010

Date: Saturday, September 11, 2010

Time: 3PM-5PM

Location: Max Muller Bhavan
Atul Grove Lane
Connaught Place (Near Barakhambha Road Metro Station)
New Delhi

QueerCampus India is a queer collective for students/youth which provides a space to share your experiences/interests, find a support group and hang out. We have been meeting every second and fourth Saturday of the month.

For this week's QueerCampus meeting, come with anything that you would like to perform or read out - either at the meeting or in the future.

It could be poetry, or nonsense verse, excerpts from books, passages from other pieces of writing which you have found interesting.

It could be music, or an idea for a play that you might have had.

It could be your own work or somebody else's work that you have found inspiring, fun, and something that you would like to share with others. (if anybody else's work is being presented, do remember to give credit to the author/artist)

Note that it needn't be a finished product, we are just here to discuss our ideas with each other.

Cheers and hope to see you all there. Please spread the word!

QueerCampus, New Delhi