RMIT Vietnam Pride Week 2023

About RMIT Vietnam Pride Week 2023

RMIT Vietnam is proud to provide a safe place for our community to study and thrive. Pride Week is our annual event to raise awareness of issues and barriers to inclusion, create spaces of belonging and share stories that connect us.

With this year's theme R-Doore You, Pride Week 2023 celebrates how unique, diverse and lovelable all orientations, genders and identity are, just like the colourful doors. No matter who you are, you are adored.

From 21 to 25 August, there are many exciting events and activities for you to participate in and celebrate! Scroll down and share these events with your peers.


Before Pride Week: 7 - 20 August


Pride Minigames from RMIT Vietnam Library

A series of offline and online games at the library's booth are organised to share knowledge about LGBTIQAP+ community. 

A lot of lucky gifts are waiting for you!​​​​​​

Join these games to win a ticket and join our Rainbow Garden: Paint a Planter workshops

On Pride Week: 21 - 25 August

There are many ways for you to join in the celebration of a colourful week at RMIT, from the insightful talkshow to the colourful flashmob. Click on any event to learn more and register.

We will update the registration link and more information on each event soon. Stay tuned!


Change your preferred pronouns on Canvas

RMIT students now can select their preferred pronouns in various areas on Canvas including Comment Fields, Discussions, Inbox, People Page (Course and Groups), User Navigation Menu, User Profile Page, User Settings Page.

RMIT Inclusive Language Guide

Language is critical to inclusion, and how we speak to and about one another influences how we treat one another. This guide covers general principles of inclusive communication and specific examples and guidelines for communicating with some key groups.

Digital Display

This guide will help you discover the LGBTIQAP+ books, ebooks, academic journals, and films we have in our collection. Also included are links to organisations who provide services to the LGBTIQAP+ community.

Read RMIT University Library's Safe and Inclusive Spaces statement and more LGBTIQAP+ Resources below. 


More support for you

Whether you're from the LGBTIQAP+ community or an ally, feel free to reach out to RMIT Vietnam Wellbeing when you need support.

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