GRAI - GLBTI Rights in Ageing Inc
Welcome to the GLBTI Rights in Ageing Inc (GRAI) website.
We are a Western Australian community-based group with a mission to create a responsive and inclusive mature age environment that promotes and supports a quality life for older and ageing people of diverse sexualities and gender identities.
We are a voluntary group that works actively in the policy and political environment and we would welcome your support and involvement.
As with any organisation, we value feedback from anyone who visits our site so please check back here often for the latest in GLBTI retirement news and let us know if there’s something you want to see us include on our site.
“The future belongs to truth, science and rationality rather than to dogma, hatred, and ignorance".
The Honourable Justice Michael Kirby AC, CMG
An excerpt from Justice Kirby’s opening address at the Inaugural GRAI Public Forum – held on Tuesday 25 October 2005.
Sat 15 November, 9am to 11am
Russell Square (corner James St and Lake St)
If you love a laid-back catch up with friends, you’ll love this free Pridefest community breakfast hosted by GRAI. Bring a breakfast feast, a picnic rug, your friends and family, stretch out on the grass and enjoy a relaxed start to Pridefest-ivities.
Get togethers are all too rare in our community. Don’t forget to share this invitation with all your favourite people. We can’t wait to see you there.
This survey sought to investigate the health and wellbeing of LGBTI seniors in New South Wales, including the health issues they are most concerned about, activities they would like to be involved in, and who they would like to connect with in engaging in these activities.
Outrageous Ageing Survey Report
Commissioned by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation for their event, A Better Life, this song is composed out of the stories of older LGBT people. It is sung by members of Out Aloud Choir, Sheffield, written by Sally Goldsmith and arranged and directed by Val Regan. Photos by Jo Hanley and Anton Want.