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Queer Out Here: LGBTQIA+Inclusion in Rural and Regional Schools (Report)

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Minus18, October 2020 Minus18’s Queer Out Here Report is a unique look into LGBTQIA+ experiences in regional and rural schools. What does it mean to be a student or teacher in regional Australia, and what support is needed for LGBTQIA+ youth? Undertaken over 131 days, the Queer Out Here project was created as both a consultation project, and an education drive in assessing and enabling...

More needs to be done for LGBTIQ+ inclusion across Australia, ANZ research shows

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ANZ, February 20, 2019 New ANZ research1 shows that almost half a million LGBTIQ+ community members (1 in every 4) in Australia are still not comfortable being their true selves and discussing their sexuality and gender identity with their loved ones or friends. ANZ commissioned the research to mark its 13 year relationship with the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras. ANZ’s Group Executive...

Out at Work: from Prejudice to Pride report

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RMIT University, 16 Aug 2018 Less than a third of LGBTIQ+ employees in Australia are out to all their colleagues and this significantly compromises their wellbeing and work performance, new research has found. According to the Out at Work: from Prejudice to Pride report released today, roughly 25 per cent of employees were out to some people and almost 40 per cent were out to most people at work...

Startling Data Reveals Half of LGBTQ Employees in the U.S. Remain Closeted at Work

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Human Rights Campaign, June 25, 2018 The HRC Foundation released the results of a survey of employees across the USA, revealing the persistent daily challenges that have led nearly half of LGBTQ people to remain closeted at their workplaces — a rate largely unchanged over the past decade.  A Workplace Divided: Understanding the Climate for LGBTQ Workers Nationwide, HRC’s third national...

Release of the results of the 2015 -16 Rainbow Survey

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Department for Communities and Social Inclusion  (SA), August 25, 2017 Today Department for Communities and Social Inclusion has released the results of the 2015-16 Rainbow Survey. The Rainbow Survey is the South Australian government’s general survey of the lives, opinions and experiences of LGBTIQ South Australians. The 2015-16 survey is the second Rainbow Survey, providing further insight and...

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