RMIT Pride Week 2019 has now concluded!

The 13 - 17 May 2019 was Pride Week at RMIT, a celebration for both students and staff filled with events, through leadership, discussions and acknowledgements regarding the University’s commitment to DGSS* inclusion.

Our theme for this year was inclusion. Inclusion is about supporting our diverse and intersectional community in a way that empowers them to flourish. Together we honoured and welcomed staff and students as allies and members of the LGBTIQ+ community to promote and sustain a sense of belonging through conversation.

The events that took place in 2019 are listed below. While the week may be over for 2019, we will be returning next year with many more fun activities. See you then...

*diverse genders, sexes and sexualities


Pride After Party

You’re invited to the RMIT Pride After Party! Sashay your way to A’Beckett Urban Square (Basketball Courts behind building 80) on Thursday 16 May from 4pm to celebrate RMIT’s Pride Week and IDAHOBIT* Day.

This is a party you don’t want to miss. We will have a range of sports for you to get involved in, free food, free pride merchandise, a fabulous drag queen, our fave LGBTI+ exhibitors, and queer anthems!

All RMIT Students & Staff are welcome to come. Come through!

*International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia

 


Events

 

Film Screenings

 

Workshops

 

Panels and discussions

 

RMIT University Library says welcome

In collaboration with Madison Kelly, a student in the Master of Information Management program, the library is presenting Pride Week displays in all the campus libraries.

RMIT University Library is launching an LGBTAIQ+ library online guide to library and community resources, to be launched at the Pride Week opening morning tea. 

RMIT University Staff volunteers will welcome in Pride Week by wearing an RMIT Rainbow lanyards.

 

Promotional material

Want to help us promote Pride Week?! You can help by printing one of the timetables or posters listed.