Nevena Spirovska is an LGBTIQA+ activist, campaigner and proud community volunteer. She has dedicated herself to the for-purpose sector and has been highly engaged with grassroots movements and campaigns supporting LGBTIQA+ equality, human rights, and addressing the drivers of structural disadvantage. Twitter: @NevenaSpirovska
Nevena Spirovska, Tuesday, 14th June 2022 -
Nevena Spirovska shares some insights from a new report from the Victorian Pride Lobby detailing the LGBTIQA+ community's experiences with Australian insurance providers.
Nevena Spirovska, Monday, 11th April 2022 -
Marriage equality created a template for sector mobilisation to advance LGBTIQA+ rights, but organisations still need to examine how they can be allies as Australia heads to the polls, writes Nevena Spirovska.
Nevena Spirovska, Tuesday, 8th March 2022 -
Nevena Spirovska shares advice on how organisations can demonstrate an important display of solidarity for the trans and gender diverse community in the workplace.
Nevena Spirovska, Monday, 7th February 2022 -
It is thanks to the work of advocacy groups that strides have been made to advance the rights of LGBTIQA+ Australians. But what happens when those same organisations experience internal turmoil, asks Nevena Spirovska.
Nevena Spirovska, Tuesday, 9th November 2021 -
The success of Rainbow Local Government serves as an important reminder that minoritised communities can organise to have their issues prioritised at a local government level, writes Nevena Spirovska.
Nevena Spirovska, Monday, 4th October 2021 -
Ahead of GiveOUT Day later this month, Nevena Spirovska reflects on the lack of funding that goes towards LGBTIQ+ projects and the impact this has on the LGBTIQ+ community.
Nevena Spirovska, Monday, 6th September 2021 -
Political parties across all states and territories need to rise to the challenge of increasing LGBTIQ+ representation in public office, writes Nevena Spirovska.
Nevena Spirovska, Tuesday, 10th August 2021 -
By not adding in questions about sexual orientation, gender identity, or variations in sex characteristics, this year’s census has failed the LGBTIQ+ community. Until LGBTIQ+ people are counted, they remain invisible, writes Nevena Spirovska.
Nevena Spirovska, Thursday, 15th July 2021 -
To launch a new monthly column focusing on Australia's LGBTIQA+ community, Nevena Spirovska looks at how your organisation can be sure it’s creating a positive experience for LGBTIQA+ people.
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