Every year until 2020 we used to feature on Country Pages, which can be accessed via the interactive world map, as much information on May 17 events as we could find. We are currently unfortunately not in a capacity to do so anymore until further notice.
Country pages now only feature announcements of events that were directly registered on our site.
You can find more information on what has happens for the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia by scrolling down our Twitter feed @may17org
An excellent article by the Star Observer offers comprehensive coverage of events in Australia
Event: The travelling flag
Direction: Participants are from the LGBTQIA+ community, plus friends and allies
Date: May 17
Info: From April 17 to May 17 a Pride flag has been sent out into the broader community for people to record a 1-2 sentence of love, affirmation or support toward our LGBTQIA+ community.
On May 17 the flag will be posted on social media at @Rainbow Connections Mornington Peninsula.
Event: Mission Australia Coffs Harbour staff Morning Tea for International Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia
Direction: Staff morning tea to promote safety and celebrate diversity and of sexual and gender diversities
Date: May 17th
Info: Staff will gather at 9:30am for a cup of tea and cake and talk about what the day means to them, their community and families.