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Rights advocate wins scholarship
LGBTI rights advocate Senthorun Raj will travel to San Francisco and London to learn more about LGBTI-based refugee claims around the world. Raj, the Gay and Lesbian Rights Lobby senior policy advisor, was awarded a Churchill Fellowship...
- Posted 313 days ago
Doctor stays on human rights board
Victoria’s deputy chief psychiatrist will remain on the board of the Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission (VEOHRC) after publicly asserting same-sex marriage would affect “the future health of the nation”. A spokesman for Victoria’s Attorney-General...
- Posted 370 days ago
A watershed moment for Labor
This Saturday will see the culmination of a campaign that has been running strong since 2004 to end discrimination against LGBTI Australians in the Marriage Act. It is hoped the Labor Party will amend its national platform...
- Posted 537 days ago
The f word
Last weekend marked a historic occasion for contemporary feminism, with more than 400 people attending the first feminist conference in Sydney in more than 15 years. The Gay and Lesbian Rights Lobby (GLRL) recognises that social movements...
- Posted 1131 days ago
Marriage equality the ultimate goal
Last week the NSW Government announced plans to introduce a state relationship register. The NSW Gay and Lesbian Rights Lobby (GLRL), while encouraged by the announcement, does not see registries as a substitute for full marriage equality....
- Posted 1173 days ago
Family First moves into NSW
Andrew M. Potts Family First has a presence in the NSW Parliament for the first time following the defection of the former Christian Democrat, Gordon Moyes, to the party. Moyes was expelled by the Christian Democrats in...
- Posted 1276 days ago
Committee consults with community
Gay community leaders have met with the Human Rights Consultation Committee to discuss marriage, anti-discrimination legislation and the need for a human rights charter. Committee chair Frank Brennan and member Mary Kostakidis held a closed roundtable with...
- Posted 1341 days ago
Lady of the Lobby’s lasting legacy
Gay and Lesbian Rights Lobby co-convenor Emily Gray is leaving the organisation, and Australia, to work for a human rights barrister in the British House of Lords. Gray said she was proud of the GLRL’s achievements over...
- Posted 1355 days ago
Changes at GLRL
The NSW Gay and Lesbian Rights Lobby is pleased to announce the appointment of Kellie McDonald as the new co-convenor. Kellie replaces Emily Gray, who is about to embark on a new chapter of her life in...
- Posted 1362 days ago
A commissioner’s work is never done
Human Rights Commissioner Graeme Innes handed over the reins to his successor, Commission President Catherine Branson, earlier this month still wishing he had time to do more. His time in the role from December 2005 was dominated...
- Posted 1390 days ago