This resource is a refresh of the 2011 resource around how to start and successfully run a QSA (Queer-Straight Alliance) group in your school.
Interviews with seven takatāpui rangatahi and their whānau inform this resource about the journey to and the importance of whānau support in a takatāpui young person's life.
The I’m Local Project aims to help queer & gender diverse youth all over Aotearoa to feel valued, recognised and supported in their local communities.
RainbowYOUTH and the Ministry of Social Development’s ‘It’s not OK’ campaign have collaborated to provide a resource about healthy relationships for the queer & gender diverse community.
A project that uses art to tell the stories of queer and gender diverse people’s experiences and hopes for New Zealand’s mental health and addiction services.
A friendly and accessible learning resource to help increase understanding and support of sex, gender and sexuality diversity, so we can all belong.
This resource, created in collaboration with Lush and InsideOUT is a simple, no-nonsense guide about how to be a great ally to the transgender and gender diverse communities.
This website aims to provide accessible information about the legal rights of rainbow young people in Aotearoa New Zealand. Created in partnership with the at YouthLaw.
The resource is a practical guide for mental health professionals providing tools and tips about how to support the rainbow community.