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Adelaide’s Rainbow Hub is celebrating queer elders

Council Of The Ageing (COTA) South Australia’s Rainbow Hub is celebrating and supporting LGBTQIA+ elders.  COTA’s Rainbow Hub collates a range of programs, services, events, and activities for LGBTQIA+ people over the age of 50. Rainbow Hub project officer Jackie Wurm said until recently, there had been few services available to older LGBTQIA+ people. In …

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The Women of Brisbane’s Rainbow Hub

The Rainbow Hub is a free space to support and empower international LGBTQI students and friends in Brisbane.  Previously, we placed some of the men from Rainbow Hub on our QN Magazine cover. This time, in issue 482, we spoke to and pictured some of the women of Brisbane’s Rainbow Hub, four beautiful Brazilians. The …

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Brisbane’s LUMINOUS Lantern Parade celebrates diversity

Up to 20,000 people flocked to the LUMINOUS Lantern Parade held at Brisbane’s South Bank Parklands last night to celebrate diversity. Marching in the parade for the first time in 2019, the Rainbow Hub. Brisbane’s Rainbow Hub offers international queer students in Brisbane a safe space to celebrate identity and diversity without discrimination or judgement. …

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Rainbow Hub to celebrate LUMINOUS Parade

Brisbane’s Rainbow Hub is a social group offering international queer students in Brisbane a safe, happy space. At the Hub, students can celebrate identity and diversity without discrimination or judgement. Students will join the LUMINOUS Lantern Parade this year. Together with regular events at the Hub, the students participate in large social events throughout the …

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‘Welcoming Home Away From Home’: International LGBTIQ Students In Brisbane

The Rainbow Hub offers international queer students in Brisbane a safe, happy space to celebrate identity and diversity without discrimination or judgement. QNews Magazine spoke to Rainbow Hub founder Louise Kane about the importance of the social group. “Queer international students come to Brisbane from every continent except Antarctica,” Louise explains. “Their home countries have …

New ‘Rainbow Hub’ To Support International LGBTIQ Students In Brisbane

A new service has been launched to support international LGBTIQ students studying at Brisbane universities. When students move overseas to study it can be an exciting experience: learning a language, immersing themselves in a new culture, and making friends from all over the world. But for international students identifying as LGBTIQ the experience can be …