About AGA

A Gender Agenda (AGA) works with the intersex, trans and gender diverse community. This includes intersex people, transgender people, people who cross-dress and other gender variant or gender non-conforming people. We acknowledge the important role that partners, family members and allies play and these people are specifically welcomed as part of our community.

AGA is a unique community organisation actively engaged in increasing public awareness and understanding of intersex, trans and gender diversity issues. In addition to training and education, we provide advocacy and support services, information and resources and are actively engaged in human rights and law reform.

AGA is a vibrant community of sex and gender diverse individuals, their families, friends and allies. We hold regular community gatherings with some events being open to the broader public.

What we believe

AGA operates from a human rights based framework, respecting and celebrating the uniqueness and diversity of human experiences. We believe that there is no ‘right’ way to be male or female, masculine or feminine and that all people are entitled to autonomy over their bodies, gender identity and gender expression. Anyone who is intersex, trans, gender non-conforming or who questions the binary categories of sex and/or gender is part of our community and we welcome them, their families, friends and allies.

How we work

AGA adopts a collaborative approach in all aspects of our work. We work from a strengths based model and seek to find and build on points of commonality with other sectors and service providers. We pride ourselves on continually resourcing our service with up to date information and knowledge to ensure we are providing the best possible supports to our community. It is also important for us to be articulating understandings of sex and gender identity in ways that ensure there is an awareness that these issues are fundamental issues that affect all of us.

Our Strategic Plan and Annual Report

If you would like to know more about our organisation reports such as our Strategic Plan and Annual Report and our Constitution are available for your interest.

How can I become involved?

There are many ways you can become involved in the work we are doing at AGA. You can join one of our forums, or play a more active role in setting the direction of the organisation by becoming a member of AGA. If you are interested in joining our management committee we welcome you to make further enquiries with AGA. Other ways you can help are by making a donation, volunteering, or sharing your ideas for future projects with us. If you want to find out how you can get involved, email us at support@genderrights.org.au.