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  • Specialist Community Legal Service For LGBTIQ Communities Receives Vital Government Grant Wed 12 August, 2020 The Victorian Government afforded a funding lifeline to the state’s first and only specialist legal service for LGBTIQ communities, the LGBTIQ Legal Service, just as the Service’s foundation funding was drawing to its conclusion.
  • Victoria’s First LGBTIQ Legal Needs Analysis Fri 17 July, 2020 The LGBTIQ Legal Service is launching its Reflections on LGBTIQ Legal Need report this month. 
  • Roberta Perkins Legal Project Launches Thu 11 June, 2020 Victoria’s first dedicated community legal service program for the trans and gender diverse community is officially launching this month.
  • Change Your ID Day 2020 Thu 14 May, 2020 Victoria’s only free legal service for the LGBTIQ community will host the first ever virtual Change Your ID Day this month.
  • Dean Laidley Statement Mon 4 May, 2020 As a community legal centre that has served the local St Kilda community for over 40 years and as the provider of the LGBTIQ Legal Service (Victoria’s only LGBTIQ+ legal service) we are deeply concerned about events connected with the arrest of Dean Laidley over the weekend.

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The Federation believes funding should be sustained to ensure women, children, and families can access the help they need, in spite of increasing rates of domestic and family violence.

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