Bunbury Senior High School Advisory Committee
The Bunbury Senior High School Advisory Committee includes 18 young people between Year 8 and Year 12 who are members of their school’s Diversity Group.
These dedicated young people worked with the Commissioner and alongside the Perth LGBTI Advisory Committee to explore solutions to improve the lives of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and/or intersex young people in WA.
Their commitment and enthusiasm throughout the year resulted in a number of achievements, including producing four video resources and a case study, delivering seminars, and potentially impacting the Government’s direction in law reforms and strategies aiming to improve outcomes for LGBTI people in the state.
The Commissioner will continue to encourage organisations to use the resources, and use the feedback and work of the committees to further advocate on the needs and experiences of LGBTI children and young people in WA.
View the resources and final report below.
LGBTI Advisory Committee resources
Final report - 2018 Advisory Committees
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