Talkshow: Rainbow4Unity

Talkshow Rainbow4Unity

Hosted by RMIT Wellbeing, in collaboration with Student Life and the RED Core Team, this initiative will bring about the most heartful LGBTIQA+ sharing. Rainbow4Unity Talkshow is a great chance for us to approach and to understand not only the rainbow community but also our inner-selves.

You will meet 4 guest speakers and hear about their experience regarding challenges the Rainbow community has to encounter to become part of the society as a whole. The talkshow will not only provide audience with basic knowledge about the Rainbow community but also strategies for its members to overcome mental and emotional difficulties during the realisation process of true gender identity and sexual orientation, as well as local resources and support.

The event is open for all RMIT students and staffs.

  • Date: Wednesday, 14 April 2021.
  • Time: 10:00 – 11:30 am.
  • Location: Auditorium/ Sydney Theatre 2.1.04, RMIT SGS campus or via Microsoft Teams

Guest speakers 

  • Ms. Mia Nguyen: a psychologist and the director of Ladies of Vietnam counseling company based in Ho Chi Minh City, and a popular activist for the rights of women, children, and disadvantaged people in Vietnam.  
  • Dr. Bradley McConachie: a Senior Research Officer at RMIT Vietnam’s Saigon South Campus who has a strong global approach to the world and a firm belief that what unites us as people is far greater than what divides us.  
  • Ms. Alice Nguyen: an RMIT University Vietnam current student who majors in Bachelor of Professional Communication, and also a member of RMIT Music Club. Singing, performing and making music are her beloved.
  • Mr. Hieu Ho: a second year International Business undergraduate at RMIT University Vietnam that always looks forward to opportunities to influence everyone to have knowledge about diversity and inclusion in general, and gender identity, sexual orientation, etc. He intensifies his determination by becoming Student Council’s Diversity and Inclusion Officer.


Mr. Son Le: Safer Community Advisor, RMIT Wellbeing SGS

guest speaker

Need more information?

Contact RMIT Wellbeing at their Facebook page