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To: Alpine Shire Council

Fly the rainbow flag

It is time for Alpine Shire Council to join with sixty-eight other Victorian councils in flying the rainbow flag from Council Chambers on 17 May to mark the International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia, Intersex discrimination and Transphobia (IDAHOBIT).

Why is this important?

Flying the rainbow flag is an important way to support lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex, queer and asexual (LGBTIQA+) people who live, study, work and recreate in Alpine Shire.

This year, 86% of councils across the state of Victoria flew the rainbow flag for IDAHOBIT and next year we're aiming to make that 100%!

We want to show Alpine Shire Council that residents and supporters expect them to support our LGBTIQA+ community.

We need you to support the LGBTIQA+ community and sign the petition for Alpine Shire Council to fly the rainbow flag.

How it will be delivered

With your support, we will deliver this petition to the next Alpine Shire Council meeting.

Alpine, VIC, Australia

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Updates

2022-11-15 16:57:18 +1100

100 signatures reached

2022-11-12 20:37:52 +1100

Council has voted against flying the rainbow flag

We are very disappointed, but we won't give up

We encourage you to fly the rainbow flag from your home or business on 17 May to show the local LGBTIQA+ community they are loved and supported

2022-11-07 14:32:37 +1100

A report on our petition is being presented at Tuesday's Council meeting

Despite our petition, Council officers have recommended not to fly the rainbow flag

We are now calling on Councillors to support the LGBTIQA+ community and support flying the rainbow flag outside the Council building in Bright

2022-10-06 09:52:35 +1100

🌈 At this week's Alpine Shire Council meeting, Council agreed to note and receive our petition requesting Council to fly the rainbow flag on 17 May to mark IDAHOBIT

👏 The motion was supported by all Councillors except Crs Janas and Forsyth

📰 A report on the petition will be presented at the next Council meeting

2022-10-02 11:48:02 +1100

50 signatures reached

2022-10-01 21:45:28 +1000

25 signatures reached

2022-10-01 20:00:15 +1000

10 signatures reached