Griffith University's staff counselling program
- self-assessment tools
- information on resilience
- information on wellbeing.
Staff and students who are concerned about a student's wellbeing may refer the student to the Counselling service on their campus. An appointment will be offered if the student is agreeable (voluntary access).
This is a confidential service and no information will be disclosed to referring staff or Allies concerning any consultations held with students.
Pride in Diversity
PiD is a non-profit organisation which works closely with HR, diversity professionals and LGBTIQ Network Leaders to assist Australian employers with the inclusion of LGBTI+ employees.
The University's membership enables access to a range of networks and resources for our staff and students, including:
- A legal guide to workplace inclusion
- Let's talk gender: A closer look at gender diversity in the workplace
- Line managers guide: How to manage a diverse workforce
- Manager's guide to LGBTI workplace inclusion
- Manager's quick guide to inclusion
- Pride in Sport
- Sapphire initiative for Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender (LBT) women in the workplace
- Sexual orientation and gender diversity
- Terminology and definitions
- Walking in Rainbow Shoes training module
Inclusion in sport
A useful resource for any Griffith sporting associations, staff or students wishing to be involved in sport is the Anti-Homophobia and Inclusion Framework for Australian Sports.
A framework document to combat discrimination against same sex attracted people in sport.
- Australian Human Rights Commission
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Intersex Equality
- Beyond Blue
LGBTIQ and bodily, gender and sexuality diverse people
- Griffith Pride Society (Gold Coast campus)
- Griffith Queer Society (Brisbane campuses)
- Griffith University Ally Network (All campuses)
- Support services in Queensland
- The Pinnacle Foundation
Provides scholarships to disadvantaged gay youth