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Our Reconciliation Action Plan 

The Queensland Council for LGBTI Health (QC) strategic plan commits to recognising the unique place that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and cultures hold in Australian culture and to working to make this and the lives of those folk who share the communities experiences and knowledges, real across all aspects of the organisation’s activities and services.  


Our key priority is to establish and develop respectful, trusting, and mutually beneficial relationships with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander LGBTIQ+ Sistergirl and Brotherboy people and communities across Queensland and other critical Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander stakeholders.  

Integration by BindiLee

This artwork represents the cultural integration of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait LGBTI community and their connectedness to mob. The artwork focuses on the inclusion of these communities and was painted by Bindi Lee to empower shared respect and values as one cultural body.

The symbolism and representations in this artwork are inspired by the stories and culture of BindiLee’s Indigenous background. BindiLee is an ancestry of the Noonuccal people of North Stradbroke Island.

We look forward to continuing our Reconciliation journey as we work and walk alongside our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, LGBTIQ+ Sistergirl and Brotherboy communities, their culture and ways of knowing, being and doing as the first people of this land. 

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