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If you need to explore this topic further or if you’re needing extra support, we recommend visiting these websites:
RainbowYOUTH (RY) is the country’s leading queer and gender diverse youth organisation. RY provides a range of support services including drop-in centres, peer-support groups, referral, advocacy and resources around Aotearoa.
The aim of the I’m Local Project is to make sure that communities all over Aotearoa are set up with resources to help their communities get access to resources around sexuality, gender diversity and intersex issues. Also includes a region-by-regional directory of rainbow services around the county.
InsideOUT is a national charity that works to give young people of minority sexualities, genders and sex characteristics a sense of safety and belonging in their schools and communities. They provide a range of support to students and staff in schools, including their national Schools Network, and resources such as Starting and Strengthening a Rainbow Diversity Group and Making Schools Safer For Trans and Gender Diverse Youth.
This guide provides strategies and suggestions for supporting the inclusion and wellbeing of students who identify as sex, gender, or sexuality diverse (SGSD).
A resource hub for queer and gender diverse Māori and their whānau from The Mental Health Foundation, RainbowYOUTH & Tīwhanawhana Trust.
You, Me, Us is all about us, as queer, trans* and takatāpui people, having healthy relationships with each other, and what we can do when things go wrong.