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Headquarters Viaduct have many Friends in the Rainbow Community

Headquarters Viaduct have many Friends in the Rainbow Community

Headquarters Viaduct continues to defend the delete posted and has now confirmed they have many friends in the rainbow community. The owner clearly has some issues with the current government, the NZ Media, and a large number of people in New Zealand. They do however believe some overseas media and are clearly experts. To quote […]

Facebook Homophobic Rant – HeadQuarters Viaduct, Auckland

Facebook Homophobic Rant – HeadQuarters Viaduct, Auckland

In a deleted post on Facebook HeadQuarters Viaduct page, a claim was made that South Korea’s outbreak wasn’t caused by bars like his, but rather by “gay dungeon bars”. While we can’t attribute it to Leo Molloy the owner many have noted that it definitely seems to be typical of his style. Funny that the […]

Auckland Pride Decision Supported at SGM

The Auckland Pride Board survived a no-confidence vote at the Thursday SGM by 52 votes (325 against, 273 for). The result means the board remains, however, highlights the major divisions which remain. One the positives of this discussion is the visibility of issues been faced by marginalised groups in Rainbow Communities has increased. Now the […]

Rainbow Inclusive Workplaces presented by The Rainbow Tick – 6 September 2018

Rainbow Inclusive Workplaces presented by The Rainbow Tick – 6 September 2018

During this year’s Winter Pride festival in Queenstown the Pride Pledge in partnership with the Queenstown Chamber of Commerce are delighted to invite The Rainbow Tick to facilitate our first public Rainbow Inclusive Workplaces workshop. Michael Stevens – Programme Director at The Rainbow Tick and one of New Zealand’s leading LGBTTQI+ experts will help businesses, […]

Vodafone launches multi-country programme to help attract and support LGBT+ talent

Vodafone launches multi-country programme to help attract and support LGBT+ talent

Vodafone is committed to providing a safe and inclusive work environment where everyone is respected with the development of a new programme following the results of an independently run survey. Vodafone commissioned international research company Out Now to survey 3,000 LGBT+ youth across 15 countries and multiple industries with enlightening results. Vodafone New Zealand worked […]

Pride Pledge – Queenstown

Pride Pledge – Queenstown

The pride pledge is an initiative which aims to raise visibility for safe space in our communities. The focus is to raise awareness of the values of safety, inclusiveness, and health for all LGBTTQ+ (rainbow) people. All people can participate in this: whether you are a rainbow person or not, as we all can make […]

New Zealand LGBTI Awards Organisers Respond to Community Concerns

New Zealand LGBTI Awards Organisers Respond to Community Concerns

New Zealand LGBTI Awards organisers have responded to the controversy around their award night. We have heard elements of the LGBTI community loud and clear. The perception that there is a lack of (cont) https://t.co/0vvXB8ojRt — New Zealand LGBTI Awards (@lgbti_nz) July 4, 2018 We have heard elements of the LGBTI community loud and clear. […]

Concerns Over LGBTI Awards

Concerns Over LGBTI Awards

The New Zealand LGBTI Awards was planned to be a awards night to celebrate the rainbow community. Now questions are been raised about the organisation of this event. Stuff reported that Nine LGBTI organisations have sent a letter to event organisers expressing concern about their sudden arrival in New Zealand and pitch for hard-fought corporate […]

LGBT+ in STEM NZ

LGBT+ in STEM NZ

The STEM industries (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) often still face the difficulties of improving diversity and inclusion in the workplace. This is especially difficult when it comes to the LGBT+ community as they are often overlooked, partly due to the fact that sexuality and gender identity are hidden characteristics writes Callum Smith on LinkedIn. […]

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