LGBTIQ+ Health Australia is the national peak health organisation in Australia for organisations and individuals that provide health-related programs, services and research focused on lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex and queer people and other sexuality and gender diverse (LGBTIQ+) people and communities.
We recognise that people’s genders, bodies, relationships and sexualities affect their health and wellbeing in every domain of their life.
Healthy lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans/transgender, intersex, queer and other sexuality, gender, and bodily diverse people and communities throughout Australia and the world, free from stigma and discrimination.
Our Strategic Plan
Our Strategic Plan 2021-2023 provides a cohesive national approach to LGBTIQ+ health and outlines our ambitions for a stronger, improved, and focused national peak for LGBTIQ+ health across Australia.
Together we can improve the health and wellbeing of our communities.
Our Core Values
We are committed to:
Using our uniquely placed collective expertise and lived experience, we build trust
and capacity with stakeholders and decision makers for maximum impact. We lead,
inspire, and strengthen our communities, creating change for the better.
Our ways of working are open, respectful, honest and transparent.
We take responsibility for our actions and work for the betterment of others.
We recognise and champion the diversity and intersectionality of our
communities ensuring experiences are valued, represented and treated
We work together to ensure that collaboration and co-design
is at the heart of everything we do.
We effect meaningful societal change by contributing to, and drawing
from, a sound research base.
The Constitution of LGBTIQ+ Health Australia, a public company limited by guarantee. The constitution was originally dated 17 April 2009, and was updated in June 2010.
Resource details: LGBTIQ+ Health Australia, and Gilbert and Tobin (June 2010) Constitution of LGBTIQ+ Health Australia
Launching LGBTIQ+ Health Australia (Formerly The National LGBTI Health Alliance)
Based on consultation with members and staff, the Board confirmed the new name to reflect LGBTIQ+ Health Australia’s aspirations and plans for national focus on our communities’ health and stronger action to overcome continued significant health disparities.