The annual report on the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia 2011 can now be downloaded below.
Activists from over 90 countries took action this year around May 17, confirming once more the relevance of the Day as a specific entry point for action.
With activity reports, including on media coverage, coming in from many countries, the IDAHO Committee estimates that the Day has provided the opportunity to impact at least 200 million people worldwide.read more
Genderqueer Australia will be holding monthly meetings at Thousand Pound Bend, in Little Lonsdale Street. Here you'll find a great open space, accessible toilets, food, drink and other niceness.
All gender questioning, genderqueer, trans and gender diverse, friends allies and other peeps welcome!
Thousand Pound Pend is on the left hand side just after the alleyway if you're coming from the Elizabeth street end.
To find out dates for future meetings, please view MGQ's website calendar at:
P: 03 8640 9796read more
Radio interview with former High Court judge and patron of Pride in Diversity initiative, Michael Kirby.
Patron of the Pride in Diversity initiative and former High Court judge Michael Kirby discusses the value of diversity in the workplace and his own experience of keeping silent about his sexuality during his law career with Life Matters Richard Aedy.
Follow link below to listen to podcast.read more
We welcome our 200th member to The Rainbow Network! The network are workers from across Victoria, regional and metro, who are dedicated to meeting the needs of same sex attracted and gender questioning youth.
The Rainbow network is a great way for workers to exchange ideas and information. Membership offers free professional development and information sessions around the latest research, government initiatives or community information. Plus free resources! So join today!read more
Kaleidoscope Gay Straight Alliance is a group of 16 to 21yr old young people who are working towards reducing homophobia for other young people in the local schools and wider community. Because Kaleidoscope is a gay-straight alliance our group is open for anyone to participate who is passionate about the rights and equal opportunities of GLBTIS people.
The Kaleidoscope group is made up of young people from across the entire Mornington Peninsula Shire area. The group meets fortnightly to work towards our aim of reducing homophobia in the local area as well as providing a social outlet with fun activities through the school terms and activities during the school holidays.read more