Interested interested in becoming an Ally, or just want to learn more about LGBTIQ* issues?
How to become an ANU Ally (Students):
To become an ANU Ally, you must first attend an “Understanding LGBTIQ*” session facilitated by Pride in Diversity. Note that this session does not make you an Ally but it is a prerequisite for the actual training....
Once you have attended “Understanding LGBTIQ*”, if you wish to become an Ally, you can sign up for a Student Ally Training which is run by the ANU Ally Network periodically throughout the year.
Both the “Understanding LGBTIQ*” and the Student Ally Training are free but registration is required!
“Understanding LGBTIQ*” sessions in 2018:
-Wednesday, 07 March, 1.15-2.45 pm. To register for this session, please go to http://bit.ly/2C6tRhk.
-Wednesday, 29 August, 1.30-3.00 pm. To register for this session, please go to http://bit.ly/2nOO7zE.
CHANGE OF LOCATION FOR World AIDS Day COMMUNITY PICNIC
Due to predictions of major storms this afternoon, the Council will be moving the World AIDS Day picnic to the veranda of the AIDS Action Council at Havelock House. Come along and enjoy our special guest, Dolly Diamond, delicious food from Woodbrook caterers and commemorate World AIDS Day with us.
WAD Community Picnic moving to the veranda AIDS Action Council
85 Northbourne Avenue...
(Gould St Entrance)
Event is still schedule for 6 to 8 pm
The finished product!
Today is Transgender Day of Remembrance.
It is important to note that Transgender Day of Remembrance falls in Transgender Awareness Month, which provides the opportunity to shine a light on not only the many injustices faced by transgender people, but also stories of strength and resilience.
The Anu Counselling Centre recently conducted a survey with transgender and gender diverse students and have put together the following information to share today.
Content Warning: This video includes discussion of the plebiscite postal vote. If the content of this video distresses you, please seek assistance from one of t...he following support services.
Lifeline: 13 11 14
ANU Counselling Centre: 6125 2442
Qlife: 1800 184 527
On 15 November, the Australian Bureau of Statistics released the results of the 2017 postal vote on marriage equality. Woroni TV went to the ANU Ally Network survey announcement gathering to chat with members of the ANU community about the results.
Would you like to be in our SpringOUT Pride Parade but don't have a group to join?
Never fear! Individuals are encouraged to join us!
You can walk behind Qwire ...who are bringing up the rear so to speak!
You could even join in with the singing!
Our theme for this years Parade is LOVE so be sure to wear your heart on your sleeve!
Leaving from the Legislative Assembly at 11.am sharp
Parking will most likely be a problem so please get there early!
The Safe Space is ready to go in Chifley Library. If you're feeling a bit down or anxious about the postal survey, come speak to one of our friendly reps in the Graneek room of Chifley Library from 11am.
Don't forget to visit the Ally Network Stall at ANUSA - ANU Students' Association Pride Week Market Day tomorrow from 11am-3pm!
Also, come and join us for a drink from 4-6pm at Fellows Bar...
Please register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/pride-week-anu-ally-network-so…
Want to meet some fellow allies?
Come along and enjoy some nibblies in the warm surrounds of Fellows Bar at University House, ANU tomorrow (Thursday 21 September) 4pm-6pm
Open to allies and friends, please register via https://www.eventbrite.com/e/pride-week-anu-ally-network-so…
Applications for The Pinnacle Foundation are now open! Please share amongst your networks
LGBT+ high school and tertiary students can access up to $3,000 per year to spend on study related and well-being expenses like computers, stationary, text books, uniforms, tools, medication etc.
Applications close 1 October 2017...
A reminder = Applications for the 2018 Pinnacle Foundation Scholarships are now open!!
Register and complete the online application form
Applications close 1 Oc...tober 2017.
For application questions please read the FAQs or email us at email@example.com.
Want to provide input into a resource about intersex, transgender and gender diversity?
The ANU Counselling Centre is developing a basic guide for use by the AN...U community and would like it to be informed by students.
For more information on how to participate go to:
The survey has been approved by the HREC and will be open for the month of September.