LGBTIQ events provide opportunity for recognition and inclusionMay 19, 2020
Specific days of recognition or celebration are an opportunity to reflect on how we incorporate and include LGBTIQ perspectives in our schools and subject areas.
Actively showing our supportMarch 06, 2020
With the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras comes an increase of rainbows across the city, from businesses, government bodies and community.
Book reviewsMarch 05, 2020
How the Queen Found the Perfect Cup of Tea, Saga, Teacher for Justice, Celebrating Difference
Religious Freedom Bill to take away rights of othersFebruary 10, 2020
At the end of last year, while bushfires roared across NSW and smoke blanketed Sydney, the Prime Minister released the second draft of the Religious Discrimination Bill. At the time, Scott Morrison was accused of using the haze of bushfires to release a flawed and damaging Bill.
Rainbow connections in ParramattaDecember 01, 2019
Parramatta Foreshore was recently filled with rainbows and fun at the 13th annual Parramatta Pride Picnic where locals celebrated LGBTIQ diversity.
Book ReviewsOctober 31, 2019
The 57 Bus is a true story of two young people whose paths cross one day with significant impact.
Member presence at Pride events telegraphs support to LGBTIQ peopleOctober 31, 2019
The Kempsey community sent a strong message of acceptance and celebration of diversity for LGBTIQ people recently by joining in the It's OK on the Macleay event.
Bi+ Visibility DaySeptember 23, 2019
Bisexuality Day, also known as Bi+ Visibility or Bi Pride Day, is celebrated on 23 September, and aims to provide bisexual people with recognition and to celebrate bisexual history, community and culture.
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