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Support Resources

Government links

The AHRC LGBTIQ+ page provides news and information on present and past projects relating to protecting and promoting the rights of LGBTIQ+ people. 

The LGBTIQ Rights page has a wealth of information regarding sexual orientation and gender identity equal opportunity rights. It includes clear definitions, the applicable protecting laws and their application, and how you can make complaints. It also includes statistics, related resources and personal stories. 

Link to LGBTIQ+ equality website

Be An Ally

How to be an ally infographic from ReachOUt

June is International Pride Month. Other significant days to champion LGBTQIA+ diversity and inclusion include:

Unite every day, ask R U OK?


R U OK? website link to LGBTQIA+ campaign

The R U OK? website has a series of resources to help you support LGBTIQ+ people, including a downloadable conversation guide "to help you know when and how to ask someone who is gender, bodily or sexuality diverse, “Are you OK?” in a safe and supportive way." 

Guide to Pride Flags - Encyclopedia Britannica

Photo of Rainbow heart installation beside Mary Ward statue at the entrance to Loreto College Ballarat

Personal Pronouns

What are pronouns? Minus18. 5 mins. 

What they are, why they matter and how to use them. Watch the video, then try the interactive Pronoun activity. 

LGBTQIA+ Pride History

BTN High (2023). Pride History. Australian Broadcasting Corporation. 8 min. 

As part of World Pride Week, this video explores the laws and history around gay rights and speaks with high school students from a Pride Club about their experiences. 

Victorian Pride Centre

Located in St. Kilda, the Victorian Pride Centre is a community hub which celebrates Victoria’s diverse LGBTIQ+ communities, honours their past, and supports LGBTIQ+ organisations and groups to continue working towards equality.