Our vision is a world that values and affirms all LGBTIQ people as full citizens.

The Equality Project is a new, national organisation bringing together LGBTIQ people with our allies across the social justice movement, to advocate for a better, more just, and fairer society for all.

Our first national conference, #BetterTogether2018, was held in Melbourne and attended by over 650 people from around Australia including delegates from the UK, US and the Philippines. It created a space for our voices to be heard and a platform for collaborative action.

We are excited to announce that our next national conference, #BetterTogether2019, will be held in Sydney from 11-12 January 2019. Details to come.


About US

We are building a new national movement for LGBTIQ rights. We run a specialised leadership training program for LGBTIQ advocates and change-makers. Find out who we are and how you can be involved.

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CONFERENCE

Our goal is to create a truly intersectional discussion about achieving meaningful social change to create a fairer, more equal and more just Australia through a national conference called Better Together.

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LEADERSHIP TRAINING ACADEMY

Our Leadership Training Academy #LTA2018 is a specialised leadership and media training program for LGBTIQ community advocates, change-makers and emerging leaders.

We utilise the world-class GLAAD Media Institute education to enable people to build the core skills and techniques that effect positive cultural change. Super early bird registration is now open for our training events in Sydney and Melbourne in 2018.

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We want to create a space for collaborative action and talk about how we can take our movement into the future.
— Jason Tuazon-McCheyne

We respectfully acknowledge the Wurundjeri people, the traditional owners of the Kulin Nation, this land that we meet and work on. We wish to pay respect to their Elders — past, present and emerging — and acknowledge the important role all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people continue to play within Australia. We acknowledge that sovereignty was never ceded.