LGBTIQ Community Consortium
The AIDS Action Council is proud to be part of the CBR LGBTIQ Community Consortium.
The Consortium is a partnership of four agencies brought together by the common goal of ensuring health, wellbeing, access, social inclusion and equity within the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex and Queer (LGBTIQ) community.
The Consortium is a robust, inclusive partnership demonstrating the ability of four Canberra based organisations to work together and build a strong foundation that supports the LGBTIQ community into the future.
The Consortium encourages and builds resilience by harnessing the strengths and resources of the LGBTIQ community, including families, friends, supporters and allies. Working with their established services, the Consortium will further develop a comprehensive suite of programs for the LGBTIQ community in the ACT.
This is achieved through the collaboration of existing partners and stakeholders, while identifying and cultivating greater involvement of the LGBTIQ community, and engaging mainstream agencies, government, other community groups and business communities to achieve these goals.
The CBR LGBTIQ Community Consortium is made up of the following community organisations:
- AIDS Action Council of the ACT
- A Gender Agenda (AGA)
- Northside Community Service (Northside)
- Sexual Health & Family Planning ACT (SHFPACT)
If you would like to know more about the CBR LGBTIQ Community Consortium please call the AIDS Action Council on 02 6257 2855 during business hours.
LGBTIQ Business and Community Directory
In partnership with Canberra's local LGBTIQ publication FUSE MAGAZINE the CBR LGBTIQ Community Consortium has produced a handy guide to help our community connect with many vital services, social groups and local business. You can read it here on our website. Free copies are available at the Council or from any of our partners and participating businesses. The directory is is online at directory.fusemagazine.com.au
LGBTIQ Community Consortium Report
Download the full LGBTIQ Community Consortium Report as a .pdf