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A Gender Agenda
A Gender Agenda
A Gender Agenda aims to be an informational resource for transgender, intersex, genderqueer and other gender variant people and their supporters. We provide information and support for individuals, families, government bodies and other institutions. Our primary goal for the near future is to build a strong and supportive community for all ages, and all kinds of sex and gender diverse people. Our group currently includes transgendered people, transsexuals, genderqueers, straight, gay, lesbian, bisexual, third gender, intersexed people, and the partners and children of such people. We try to be as inclusive and supportive of all diversity as we possibly can.
0419 471 756
Peter Hyndal
GayLawNet is dedicated to providing news, general information and resources concerning laws affecting the global gay, lesbian, bisexual, transsexual and intersex (GLBTI) community and the simplest access to a gay or lesbian (or gay or lesbian-friendly) lawyer.
Guideline for General Practices
The Guideline for General Practices: complying with the Equal Opportunity Act when providing services is relevant to all staff who work in general practice clinics, including general practitioners (GPs), practice managers, practice nurses, allied health professionals, and reception and administration staff. Staff who do not provide direct services also need to understand their role in preventing discrimination. There is also information for patients about their rights.

Equality in health services is a legal obligation.

The Commission has developed a set of resources for all people who work within general practices to make sure they are aware of their legal rights and responsibilities when it comes to equal opportunity.
3/204 Lygon Street, Carlton VIC 3053
03 9032 3441
Kate Lahiff
Kingsford Legal Centre
Kingsford Legal Centre
Community legal centre providing free legal advice to people living, working or studying in the Randwick and Botany local government areas in Sydney. Advice is provided by appointment only. We also provide a state-wide discrimination law service.
Law Building, University of New South Wales, Anzac Pde Kensington NSW 2052
02 9385 9566
Rainbow Network Victoria
Rainbow Network Victoria is for anyone who works with same sex attracted, gender questioning or trans* young people in any setting. We provide free resources, training, enewsletters, networking events, advice and guidance. Membership is free.
La Trobe Univesity, 215 Franklin St Melbourne VIC 3000
03 9479 8700