The fight for lesbian and gay rights has made significant advances in recent years, but there is still much to do – and the NSW Gay and Lesbian Rights Lobby is leading the charge.
Since 1988, the core purpose of the GLRL has been to achieve legal equality for lesbians, gay men and their families at a state and federal level. We’ve accomplished a lot but there’s still much to do.
Despite some progress, there remain important gaps in anti-discrimination protection at both state and federal levels.
We continue to work with our vast network of national partners to achieve marriage equality in Australia at long last.
Homophobia and transphobia in schools is serious. We’re lobbying for a replacement to the soon-to-be defunded Safe Schools.
We lobby politicians on a range of issues including parenting rights, domestic and family violence, and LGBTI refugees.
With our partners, we’ve authored a review of Aussie unis to assess their LGBTI friendliness.