Darwin Pride Festival Darwin Pride Festival is organising a refreshed committee for 2015. The Pride Festival has a long history of delivering high quality fun and inclusive events in Darwin that celebrate the LGBTIQ community. If you want to get involved now or during the year, get in touch or attend its upcoming meeting.
Latest OUT NT Newsletter, please subscribe and share. Some highlights: Darwin’s first Mardi Gras float at full capacity & Drag Queen Bingo fundraiser Darwin Pride Festival upcoming community meeting Rainbow Territory: reflecting on achievement and planning for action Link to newsletter: http://eepurl.com/bcogbj
To date, little to no research has been conducted on the health and wellbeing status of transgender Northern Territorians. Research which has been conducted on the health and wellbeing status of transgender Australians rarely, if ever, includes Northern Territorians. In mid-2014, Dr Stephen Kerry, a researcher at Charles Darwin University, conducted an online survey as […]
Newsletter # 1 Rally, community survey, Rainbow Territory, events, website launch, cake to share http://us9.campaign-archive2.com/?u=05cb4d6e0c1c6538eb2a6ec9f&id=4653f123e5&e=e2d27b7243
Approximately 40 LGBTIQ peoples and their allies gathered on the steps of Parliament House in Darwin today to promote awareness and raise visibility of the ongoing inequalities experienced by LGBTIQ peoples entrenched in Northern Territory law organised by newly formed community group Rainbow Territory. Despite the thunder and torrential downpour, the steps of Parliament House […]
Rainbow Territory is holding an equality rally, and invites the LGBTQI community and its supporters to join. Please bring a rug to sit on, rainbow paraphernalia and a plate to share… and an umbrella just in case. Time: 5-7pm Day: Tuesday 25 November Where: Speaker’s Green, Parliament House, Darwin What: Speakers, cake stall, giant rainbow […]
The website development continues, technical parts are the most difficult. As well as developing something that serves a community, but without the direct community feedback during the build.
Web development is going good. The site is a little tricky to work for a novice, but the internet has an extremely helpful community that love problem solving and sharing information, so that makes it easier.
In order to improve community connection and visibility, a website sub committee was formed within Rainbow Territory. The main objective being to build a website that provides information to Territorians, and allows people to self organise. It also provides a platform for Rainbow Territory to inform NT and beyond about what is happening and what […]