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Matt Fistonich chats to co-chairs Ajay and Alex from ASB's LGBTIQ+ network group Unity, to discover more about the team spreading Pride throughout one of NZ’s biggest banks and beyond. Unity was founded in 2014 and started out with just 10 members has since grown to over 80 representatives of...
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Comedian, actor, writer and self-professed “all-round funny sort,” Chris Parker has won Celebrity Treasure Island, walking away with $107,500 for his chosen charity, RainbowYOUTH. After weeks of physical, emotional, and mental endurance, armed with a repertoire of pirate phrases, the multi-talented 31-year-old outplayed 20 other Kiwi celebrities to take home...
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A new anonymous online support service for any person in Aotearoa aged 13-27 has been launched by RainbowYOUTH. The new chat support service aims to help individuals who are looking for guidance, support, or advice around sexuality, gender identity, and intersex status. RainbowYOUTH says the service is ideal for both a...
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Being left without a home, or in an unsafe one during a global crisis is not an ideal situation - but for a lot of queer, gender-diverse & intersex people in Aotearoa, this is the reality. RainbowYOUTH talks to Express about queer housing struggles in a time of pandemic. Around...
RainbowYOUTH and OUTLine have announced that they will be partnering up after being contracted by the Northern Region District Health Boards (DHB) to provide peer-support services for transgender people as well as their friends and whānau in the Northland and Auckland regions. The service will take a multi-faceted approach to...
Australian singer, songwriter, actor, and YouTuber, Troye Sivan has announced that he will be donating $1 from every ticket sold on his upcoming New Zealand tour to RainbowYOUTH. Speaking with express, Sivan said that giving back to organisations like RainbowYouth was important to him as growing up he didn't have...
express talks to RainbowYOUTH’s Executive Director Frances Arns about 30 years of providing support for LGBTIQ youth and how Aotearoa has progressed during that time. How has the role that RainbowYOUTH (RY) plays in the community adapted over these 30 years? RY started its life as ALGY (Auckland Lesbian and Gay...

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