Our Principles

- That the site be entirely managed and controlled by its users.

- That the site provide a waty to make the general University experience more accessible to local and international students from low income backgrounds who might otherwise be excluded on the basis of their economic standing through the provision of low-cost and equitable accomodation.

- That all activities undertaken in the space contribute to democratic values that embrace a diversity of race, gender, sexuality, cultures and beliefs.

- That the site be accesible to the diverse spectrum of the University community and bring into contact local and international students, in dynamic and cooperative environments.

- That spaces users engage in activities that will contribute to the social, political and cultural context of the Faraday Street location, the surrounding communities, and Melbourne as a whole, and interact with the local community.

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