Let’s Talk: A Webinar for Whānau – 27 June 2020

Let’s Talk: A Webinar for Whānau – 27 June 2020

As a parent, caregiver or whānau member of a queer, and/or gender-diverse child, it’s natural for you and your whānau to go on a journey to understanding. This journey could mean different things for everybody, but the most important thing is to make sure you have the right support systems around you to provide the […]

OUTLine AGM 2020 – 24 June 2020

OUTLine AGM 2020 – 24 June 2020

The OUTLine 2020 AGM will be held via zoom on Wednesday 24th June, 6-8pm. They invite friends, whānau and members of OUTLine to attend their Annual General Meeting, a time to celebrate the organisation’s achievements and the mahi of the team + make decisions about the future of the organisation. At this meeting the election […]

Addition Support for OUTline

Addition Support for OUTline

Health Minister David Clark has announced $3.5 million in funding for organisations supporting vulnerable group. David Clark said “In addition to the mental health and wellbeing support tools we launched recently for all Kiwis, extra support is being given to people who are vulnerable or more at risk. That boost has already made a significant […]

Outline: Coronavirus (Covid-19) and Our Services

Outline: Coronavirus (Covid-19) and Our Services

Following the Prime Minister’s announcement about the raised alert level due to the Covid-19 pandemic, our staff and volunteers will be working from home until the alert level is decreased. The safety and wellbeing of our staff and volunteers is of the utmost importance to us and we are checking in with them to make […]

OUTLine is Hiring A New Chief Executive!

OUTLine is hiring and are looking for a new Chief Executive to lead the organisation and be responsible for growing their national reach to connect LGBTIQ+ people across Aotearoa to the support they need to flourish. They also need someone who understands the potential of technology and be able to navigate seas of ambiguity. To […]

Rainbow organisations question government election promises

Rainbow organisations question government election promises

Nine of New Zealand’s leading rainbow organisations have written to various ministers of the new government about the campaign promises made to the rainbow community, asking to see action and prioritisation of rainbow community issues. After an election campaign which featured many historic commitments, rainbow organisations around the country have sent letters to Minister of […]


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