LGBTIQ+ National Network
The LGBTIQ+ National Network was formed during the campaign for marriage equality. It has expanded since then to include many more organisations covering a broad range of LGBTIQ+ issues.
The network now has more than 200 stakeholders with a range of focus areas, from healthcare and human rights to youth and disability.
Equality Australia regularly convenes its LGBTIQ+ National Network to provide support to these organisations working to relieve the disadvantage and suffering of LGBTIQ+ Australians and their families.
We share information and resources, including our legal, policy and communications expertise, to ensure these organisations and agencies have everything they need to deliver for our communities.
To join the LGBTIQ+ National Network, email us with information on your community organisation. It doesn’t matter if you are big or small, volunteer-run or a registered charity.
Equality Australia also works more broadly with non-LGBTIQ+ organisations to provide them with information and resources to further support the LGBTIQ+ people who interact with them and use their services.
If your organisation is interested in learning more about how it can better support the LGBTIQ+ people you engage with, get in touch with us by email.
Equality Australia has created a separate network to ensure broad community involvement in our #TransEquality project, which aims to bolster the capabilities, connectivity and rights of trans people.
The #TransEquality Network is an extended group of community representatives and allies who are committed to building a movement that ensures trans and gender-diverse people have the chance for a good life.