The LGBTI+ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex +) sector is aimed at providing resources and support for members who are same sex attracted, intersex and gender diverse and their allies.

AEUTAS is committed to providing support and resources to LGBTI+ teachers, parents and students. We encourage all teachers to access our resources and the various links to external resources.

Our aim is to support schools in Tasmania to become places where same sex attracted, intersex and gender diverse people feel safe and supported – where every family can belong, every teacher can teach, and every student can learn. To create a supportive and inclusive education sector where diversity is celebrated.

AEU Tas eReporter News 6th November 2020

Click here to download printable pdf version Contents President’s Wrap AEU Elections - Nominations Close 12:00pm Monday 9th November New Member Welcome Organiser report – Leeanne Clifford Queer and here in Launceston! 2020 Arthur Hamilton Award Reporting Review survey...

AEU Tas eReporter News 24th September 2019

AEU Tas eReporter News 24th September 2019

Click here to download printable pdf version Contents President’s Wrap Record breaking rallies - School Strike 4 Climate Unions Tas - Youth Forum invitation EducationHQ Unsung Heroes Awards 2019 Excursions and Risk Management 2019 Arthur Hamilton Award for Outstanding...

AEU Tas eReporter News 24th September 2019

AEU Tas eReporter News 30th August 2019

Click here to download printable pdf version Contents President’s Wrap 2019 Arthur Hamilton Award for Outstanding Contribution to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Education Wear It Purple Day – 30 August LGBTIQ+ Resources and Support AEU Elections Principals...

General Links

Bi Tasmania - Social and support group - 0401 054 003 Diversity Launceston - Diversity Launceston started as a street party for the GLBTIQ community. Now our friends, family and supporters join us to create a more diverse Tassie. Email: diversity.launceston@gmail.com...

Student Wellbeing

Resources: POSH booklet Outsmarting homophobia This booklet for young people challenges beliefs and assumptions about same sex attraction and same sex attracted people. Stand Out booklet Stand Out is a guide to challenging and reducing homophobia and transphobia in...