Griffith Pride

Griffith Pride is focused on the inclusion of Griffith staff, students and community who are sexually diverse and have diverse gender identities, including but not limited to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex and Queer.

Griffith pride strategy (PDF) 2018

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Join the ALLY Network

Griffith's Ally Network was established in 2012. Griffith Allies may or may not be from the LGBTIQ community and are a group of staff and students who are passionate about inclusion though the provision of support.

Walking in Rainbow Shoes

This 20 minute module was developed by Pride in Diversity and the Australian Red Cross Blood Service, to enable broader training reach, and to assist in raising awareness about LGBTIQ inclusion, particularly in the workplace.

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Brisbane Pride

Pride March - September every year


Griffith staff and students are invited to March with us, under the Griffith Pride banner each September. The March is an opportunity to celebrate who we are with our friends and family in a very visual way. In 2019, Brisbane Pride will be held on Saturday 21 September. More details can be found here.

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Orientation Market days

All campuses

During Orientation, look out for the Griffith Pride stall. Pop by and have a chat and pick up some Griffith LGBTI+ merchandise.

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IDAHOBIT - 17th May

All Campuses

Celebrate the International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia, Intersexism and Transphobia  (IDAHOBIT) with the Griffith Ally network on Thursday 17 May. It’s a day to stand with our LGBTIQ mates and support equality. Join us for our rainbow flag raising while you enjoy some delicious rainbow cupcakes and refreshments. Check out our exciting events on Facebook.

Join the Griffith Pride Community

Keep up to date with our quarterly newsletter.

Societies and catch-ups

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Griffith Pride Society

Gold Coast

Griffith Pride Society is a group for LGBTIQ students studying at Griffith's Gold Coast campus. The society's aim is to hold regular meet-ups throughout the semester to provide opportunities for LGBTIQ students to meet each other and make some new friends.


LGBTIQ coffee catch ups

Free coffee and fun. Throughout the semester on various campuses students who identify as LGBTIQ or Allies can get together over coffee in a relaxed and safe space to make friends, get support and socialise.

For more information visit   Student Services.

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Griffith University Rainbow Network

Brisbane & Logan

Griffith University Rainbow Network aims to create an inclusive, safe environment for all students who identify as LGBTIQA as well as any other variation of sexual or gender identity.  welcomes both queer-identified students and staff as well as their allies.

Contact the ALLY Network

Engage with us on Facebook and Instagram or contact us directly via email.