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International Day Against LGBTQIA+ Discrimination

May 17 marks the date in 1990 that homosexuality was removed from the WHO Classification of Diseases. Over two decades later, LGBTQIA+ communities still face discrimination – the stakes have never been higher to champion inclusion.

About IDAHOBIT May 17

LGBTQIA+ people in Australia still today experience disproportionate rates of bullying, harassment and discrimination.

478,986 people attend registered IDAHOBIT activities in Australia last year alone – with 97% of activity organisers reporting the day made ongoing change.

How your business can get involved

Whether it’s going rainbow, hosting an activity, or learning about LGBTQIA+ inclusion, here’s where to begin.

Accessibility and Inclusion

Frequently asked questions

We’ve compiled a list of common enquiries along with some helpful information and solutions.

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