Victorian Pride centreToday on Trans Day Of Visibility and during a complicated time to be visible, the Victorian Pride Centre is proud to announce Transgender Victoria (TGV) as the next community organisation to set up an office at the centre.

Today the LGBTIQ community recognises that visibility is so important in raising awareness of discrimination faced by trans and gender diverse people worldwide, as well as a celebration of trans and gender diverse peoples contributions to society.

The Victorian Pride Centre Board Chair Jude Munro AO made the announcement on site at the Pride Centre. There was no handing over of a key just yet, but a great deal of pride in welcoming TGV to the Pride Centre.

TGV has been a leading body for advocacy, support, education, and resource development in Victoria for more than 20 years. Transgender Victoria is led by trans and gender diverse people for trans and gender diverse people and works closely with other service providers to ensure the best support for their community.

Victorian Pride Centre Chair, Jude Munro AO says: “The Victorian Pride Centre is proud to announce our first community organisation whose remit is solely to support the trans and gender diverse communities. Transgender Victoria has paved the way in this space and are doing most important work to educate and advocate on behalf of their community.”