Voices of Us

To share authentic stories of LGBTQIA+ international students and alumni.

Project year:

2022 and ongoing

LGBTQIA+ international students
Diversity, Inclusion, Equity
International Education
Mental Health


The Voices of Us podcast shares authentic stories of LGBTQIA+ international students and alumni. 

Led by and for the community, the podcast delves into topics such as queerness awakening, gender, sexuality, self-acceptance, coming out, cultural responsiveness and support.

Focused community

LGBTQIA+ international students and allies, LGBTQIA+ sector service providers, young people


Presented by Co-inventors

Supported by YACVIC HEY Grant, City of Melbourne Libraries, AGMC, RMIT Translation and Interpretation Unit

Impactful outcomes

Provided a platform for diverse young LGBTQIA+ international students to share their stories, empowering listeners to emphasise, understand, and validate queerness, while also fostering partnerships with communities, LGBTQIA+ service providers and highlighting the need for more culturally appropriate support for this community.


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We acknowledge the Traditional Owners and sovereign custodians of the land on which we meet, connect, live and work, the peoples of the Kulin Nation. Their sovereignty was never ceded. We extend our respects to their Ancestors and all First Peoples and Elders, past, present, emerging and future. Our work is currently across Kulin Nation (Narrm, Melbourne) and Eora Nation (Gadi, Sydney).