The State Government will create a  Citizens’ Jury to recommend the best future governance design of the City of Greater Geelong, it was announced today (12 July 2016).

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Equip is a Culturally diverse youth mentoring program. Would you like the opportunity to explore and experience the workplace with the support of a mentor?

On Sunday, June 26th members of Geelong's newly arrived communities are invited to come on down to Simonds Stadium to spend some time with the Geelong Cats.

Victoria’s first Commissioner for Gender and Sexuality Rowena Allen gave a riveting keynote address at the recent G21 Health & Wellbeing Partner Forum

The rainbow flag is flying high over the Surf Coast Shire's civic and community precinct, marking IDAHOT Day 2016 and signalling Surf Coast's immense pride in its diverse community.

Barwon Health, led by its Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex and Queer (GLBTIQ) Inclusive Practice and Workplace Culture Committee, is working to position the organisation as a leading provider of care for GLBTIQ people

Golden Plains Shire are inviting members of the community to share ideas for making Golden Plains Shire a more accessible and inclusive place for all residents with a disability.

After 13 months, hearing from 220 victims and producing a 1900-page report, the Royal Commission into Family Violence has released its recommendations. 

In February, the City of Greater Geelong created an Active Transport Officer's role which supports the provision of transport options that encourage people to live more active lifestyles.

The State Government is encouraging Victorians to showcase their ideas and initiatives to make the community safer during emergencies as part of the 2016 Resilient Australia Awards.

The Central Geelong Action Plan is the City of Greater Geelong’s revitalisation plan for the City. It provides a 15 year blueprint for focused action in Central Geelong.

Did you know...More than two thirds of Australian women are classified as being sedentary or having low levels of exercise, yet women demonstrate the strongest intent to increase levels of physical activity and are seeking out social and non-organised sport and physical activities.

LGBTI people experience higher levels of anxiety, depression and significantly higher rates of suicide compared to non-LGBTI people. These grants will help unite and educate our community to allow all Victorians, of all backgrounds, to achieve their full potential.

An innovative new app has been developed by Alzheimer’s Australia Vic to help families and carers create a home that is more suitable for loved ones with dementia, helping them to lead fuller and more independent lives.

The Government will invest more than $8 million to strengthen multicultural communities and organisations across Victoria.

The Government has released data showing more Aboriginal children are getting the benefits of a quality early years learning program in the Education State, with the kinder participation rate for Aboriginal children increasing last year.

The Department of Health and Human Services has announced administrative changes to the structure of the Department of Sport and Recreation with changes to the arrangements for Sport and Recreation Victoria.

Australian kids are six times more likely to suicide if they are LGBTI.

Of the kids who survive, 80% face verbal or physical abuse because of who they are.

Find out why Prime Minister Turnbull is reviewing the 'Safe Schools' Program the school program tackling bullying, exclusion and suicide amongst GLBTI youth.

The Closing the Gap report shows, as in previous years, that there have been mixed levels of success in meeting the targets set by the Council of Australian Governments (COAG) in 2008.