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Queers in Science celebrates LGBTQIA+ STEMM Day symposium

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HUREED Uganda

Worldwide, the LGBTIQ+ communities strive for survival, equality, justice and happiness on a daily basis. In Uganda, one organisation continues a daily struggle to assist some of the most marginalised and disadvantaged LGBTIQ+ people in the world. With few resources and no significant international support, HUREED persists to overcome daily challenges that we in the …

pink dollar

The legendary pink dollar potentially enables the LGBTIQ+ communities to wield immense influence. Market researchers LGBT-Capital estimate our aggregate spending power as almost AU$5 trillion globally in 2019. In Australia, we spent over AU$95 billion. Corporations understand this. An increasingly digitised world provides oodles of data to inform advertising expenditures. That’s why we see promotions …

rainbow care aged care ndis

Rainbow Care provides home care services including Aged Care, NDIS Support Coordination, and NDIS Plan Management. They promote fabulous Rainbow Workers who support people in their home and community. Partners in life, and now in business, Marli and Christine say they strive for purpose and meaning in their working lives. They believe they achieve that …

luke farrell web developer tech company list local sam huth positions available

Imagine having the opportunity in 1994 to join Google? This year is your chance. 2021 sees the launch of List Local, a brand new Melbourne based tech company. List Local aims to put businesses around Australia on a list at the top of Google’s search results. The company has positions available with recruitment manager Sam …

LGBTQIA+ STEMM Day queers in science

Today, Queers in Science holds its annual symposium for LGBTQIA+ people who work in the field of STEMM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics and Medicine). Queers in Science tweeted earlier today that LGBTQIA+ STEMM Day celebrates the wonderful work our queer community does to make the world a better place. Queers in Science aims to showcase …

campaign against moral persecution bill rutkin

QNews welcomes letters from our readers on any subject relevant to our glorious communities. Please address to contact@QNews.com.au with subject line ‘Letters’.  Today, Bill Rutkin writes on the progress of our communities in the half-century since the formation of Campaign Against Moral Persecution and where to from here. Robert French: Campaign Against Moral Persecution Today …

Davao City Mator

Faced with corrupt officials giving away emergency rice supplies, Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte called on the local LGBT+ community to help. Davao City is on the southern Philippine island of Mindanao. The mayor said she chose the LGBT+ community because as people subject to marginalisation they understood the need for inclusion. “We needed to do …

covid-19 QNews and QNews Magazine

QNews.com.au and QNews Magazine will continue to work to keep our communities in touch during the COVID-19 pandemic. Despite the ever-evolving nature of the crisis, it remains essential that the LGBTIQ  communities retain access to information specific to their concerns. QNews currently emails a free weekly newsletter to subscribers. From next week, that will include …

stroke charity stroke support & awareness

A stroke charity which frequently receives donations from members of the LGBTIQ communities last financial year declared zero income. The year before, Stroke Support & Awareness Australia declared an income of $1,000. Despite that, QNews possesses evidence of substantial fundraising activity by the charity during that time. Set up in 2015, Stroke Support & Awareness …

Bettina Arndt order of australia

LGBTIQ advocates this week urged the rescinding of the Order of Australia award bestowed on Bettina Arndt in January. Advocates from across the nation wrote to Government House to protest the honour. Each of the signatories previously themselves received an Order of Australia. The advocates cite commentary by Arndt they describe as based on biased …

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