Two decades after it was established to campaign for equal rights, the Victorian Gay and Lesbian Rights Lobby (VGLRL) is set to vote on a …
On the evening of December 1, 1988, the first ever World AIDS Day, hundreds of people packed into the Martin Place amphitheatre in Sydney for …
“If we seize this opportunity, at this time, it is possible that we will see an end to HIV in our lifetimes.”
Members of Australia’s LGBTI community have championed Hyde’s lasting legacy.
“I want to make sure the next generation understands that we all stand on the shoulders of giants.”
The new name honours Alison Thorne and Keith Harbour, two community legends from early in the organisation’s history.
The VAC report also highlighted the global fight against discrimination.
“When this conference began organisers were expecting around 30 people to attend and over 300 people came along, and each year that number grows.”
“The conference focuses on the health and wellbeing needs of all LGBTIQ women within Australian communities”