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Baillieu set to keep human rights charter
Fears the Baillieu Government may abolish or water down Victoria’s Charter of Human Rights and Responsibilities have been allayed today after the Government has revealed it supports keeping the current legislation largely intact. Offering its response to...
- Posted 438 days ago
Lobby searches for new convenor
Victorian Gay and Lesbian Rights Lobby (VGLRL) convenor Sarah Rogan has stepped down from her position. “I’ve enjoyed my time in the role and it’s a shame to leave but I’ve got other things on the horizon...
- Posted 458 days ago
The 12 days of queer-mas
On the first day of queermas my true love gave to me, marriage equality On the second day of queermas my true love gave to me, diversity On the third day of queermas my true love gave...
- Posted 530 days ago
Transgender Day of Remembrance
Transgender Day of Remembrance was first observed in 1998 to mark the transphobic murder of Rita Hester in the USA and honour other trans folk who lost their lives in violent circumstances. Since that time it has...
- Posted 556 days ago
While there has been improvement in media treatment of trans people over time, there are still some media — and others — who aren’t quite there yet. Based on actual questions asked of trans people over time,...
- Posted 584 days ago
DFAT reviews forms for inclusivity
The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) is considering changing its passport application forms to include the choice of ‘parent one’ and ‘parent two’, instead of mother and father. Greens senator Sarah Hanson-Young welcomed the proposal...
- Posted 592 days ago
It comes down to people’s lives
It’s been an amazing start to spring with two great recent developments. The changes blooming in the new season of rights are the changes regarding the marker on passports and the successful effort in New South Wales...
- Posted 598 days ago
The law giveth and the law taketh away
Someone I know said, “Once people have been given rights, they can’t be taken away”. Tell that to gays and lesbians in the ACT, or to the NT citizens whose right to euthanasia was overridden. Or, closer...
- Posted 605 days ago
Lots of bi celebration
Role models and icons are important for everyone in the LGBTI community and that certainly includes those identifying as bisexual. So, as Friday, September 23 is Celebrate Bisexuality Day, it seems a good time to celebrate some...
- Posted 612 days ago
Rights charter ‘must remain intact’
The Victorian Gay and Lesbian Rights Lobby (VGLRL) has joined calls urging the Baillieu Government not to water down the Victorian Charter of Human Rights and Responsibilities. The Scrutiny of Acts and Regulations Committee (SARC) review of...
- Posted 612 days ago