As a young person we want to feel heard, respected and listened to.
The QFCC also wants to hear from children and young people.
They want to talk to young Queenslanders to get ideas about what the government needs to change.
They want young people to be happy, safe, healthy and successful.
They want to hear when something isn't working and make sure the changes they suggest are the right ones.
If you think something the government does can be improved, let them know.
Young people want to feel heard, respected and listened to.
We want to hear from children and young people to get ideas about what the government needs to change. If you think something the government does can be improved, let them know.
For many, the rainbow flag has become a symbol of hope.
It has now been almost five years since Australia said “yes” to marriage equality for same-sex couples. While this decision was a monumental achievement in ensuring equality for all Australians’, no matter their sexual or gender identity, reflecting on this historical event sparks a critical question.
What has Australia achieved since 2017, to preserve and advance LGBTQIA+ rights and equality?
To answer this critical question, we must examine Australia’s ‘Profile on Pride’.
Join me, as I explore this question on a surface level and investigate the path forward.
- Ben -
Amplify Blog - Australia’s Profile on Pride
Join former QFCC Youth Advocate, Ben, as he examines Australia’s ‘Profile on Pride’.
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