Ethnic LGBT+ aims to collate and collect what resources are available in this space by way of academic literature, studies, surveys, strategies, events, community groups and so forth. If you know a resource, community group or upcoming event that should be added, please let us know.

What happens when you don’t see yourself in the law

On Jan 22, 2019, I had the pleasure of presenting at the Attorney-General's (AG) Department in Canberra on what my experiences have been as a queer South African Indian Australian woman social entrepreneur. I wanted to really highlight to the Department the dangers...

The Human Dignity Festival 2018 – Hong Kong

Ethnic LGBT+ is proud to be a primary supporter and co-convenor of the Human Dignity Festival 2018. From the 16th - 22nd of November Planet Ally, Ethnic LGBT+ and the Social Good Outpost are bringing together 7 phenomenal human rights leaders and activists from around...

Articles for Ethnic LGBT+ individuals

The literature in Australia remains limited on the experiences of its culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD)/Ethnic and sexual and gender diverse (LGBT+) population.

New podcast OPIA

I recently had the pleasure of sharing my story with OPIA Australia – a podcast sharing stories of women in healthy same-sex relationships.

PFLAG & Ethnic LGBT+

This morning Ethnic LGBT+ had the honour of sitting down with Shelley Argent, National Spokesperson for PFLAG Australia, to work on reaching Ethnic LGBT+ to encourage them to share their stories.

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