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Wear it Purple Day
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Wear It Purple Day

26th Aug 2022

Wear it Purple Day is an annual awareness day especially for young LGBTIQA+ people. Wear purple on this day to celebrate diversity and young people from the LGBTIQA+ community.

Pride/Be You tile
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Brisbane Pride Month

1st Sep 2022

A celebration and recognition of the LGBTIQ+ community of Brisbane, Pride Month includes the long-standing Pride Rally and March where community members and allies take to the streets to show support.

Public Sector Management Program
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PSMP online information session

8th Sep 2022

Looking for ways to advance your career? The Public Sector Management Program might help you get there.

Rethinking crises–achieving resilience in a post-COVID world
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Rethinking crises–achieving resilience in a post-COVID world

14th Sep 2022

IPAA Queensland is delighted to host this Challenger Seminar event. A panel of experts, who have been on the frontline and are engaged in local and global discussion, will critically reflect on the experience of frequent and severe crises and the intersection with economic, health, security, and other threats.

Bisexual Visibility Day
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Bisexual Visibility Day

23rd Sep 2022

Bisexual Visibility Day (also known as Celebrate Bisexuality Day) has been marked each year on 23 September since 1999 and is a day to acknowledge and increase the visibility and inclusion of bisexual people.

Public Sector Management Program
Leadership

PSMP online information session

5th Oct 2022

Looking for ways to advance your career? The Public Sector Management Program might help you get there.

Pride/Be You tile
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International Coming Out Day

11th Oct 2022

National Coming Out Day is a date for the LGBTIQ+ community here in Queensland to be celebrated for who they are by their friends, family and work colleagues. The day supports recognition, normalisation, pride and inclusion for those in the LGBTIQ+ community.