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The Curtin Podcast Society is a student-run club, where anybody is welcome to jump on board within the Curtin community. If topics ranging from politics to pop-culture interest you, and you like either talking about them or hearing what others have to say about them, this is the club for you!
Throughout the semester, interactive events will be held. Whether that be an afternoon or evening chatting all things podcasts, what is in and what is out. Along with events where industry professionals share tips and tricks within the media field. There is a podcast which the society engages with, known as the society’s main activity, and that is ‘PODCLASS – The Classy Podcast’! There will be opportunities for members to come in and contribute their thoughts on the news of the fortnight and even their editing skills and help put the podcast together, to be uploaded. If you are someone who just wants to see ‘behind the scenes’, you are more than welcome to come along, as a member. This podcast will be available to the public via Spotify and Soundcloud, with potential of streaming to Apple Podcasts.
Our Safe Spaces Agreement
Please be aware that all people entering the club events or online spaces are expected to keep the Safe Spaces Agreement in mind at all times.
If someone breaks the agreement, they will be asked to remove themselves from the space.
• Respect people’s physical and emotional boundaries.
• Always get explicit verbal consent before touching someone or crossing
• Respect people’s opinions, beliefs, differing states of being and points of
• Respect people’s pronouns; for example, they/them/theirs, she/her/hers,
• Be responsible for your own actions because they impact on others.
• Own up to your mistakes.
• Take responsibility for your own safety and ask for help if you need it.
• Do not engage in any behaviour or language that may perpetuate oppression;
i.e. being racist, ageist, sexist, transphobic, homophobic, queerphobic, ableist, classist, sizeist, biphobic, whorephobic, polyphobic, femmephobic, transmisogynistic or any bigoted behaviour.
• Be mindful that creating safer spaces is your own responsibility as well as the responsibility of the people around you.
• Enjoy the space and have fun.
• Be aware of the grievance process & how to report complaints/issues: