• Home
  • News
  • AURORA grant recipients announced
Inaugural GLOBE Awards to recognise LGBTI excellence
Jul25

Inaugural GLOBE Awards to recognise LGBTI excellence

LAST UPDATED // Friday, 25 July 2014 12:17 Written by // James Findlay

Nominations are now open for Victoria's own awards to recognise excellence in the LGBTI community.

The awards, run by the Gay and Lesbian Organisation for Business and Enterprise (GLOBE), will celebrate the achievements of Victoria's LGBTI sectors of health, networking, business and community.

"These awards are the opportunity our community needs to celebrate our successes and to honour the exceptional work being done by individuals and groups to make Victoria an amazing place to identify as LGBTI," said GLOBE President, David Micallef.

There will also be six awards for individuals, including media excellence, artist of the year, straight ally of the year, volunteer of the year, sports person of the year, and the GLOBE GLBTI person of the year.

"I encourage all of our GLBTI organisations and community groups to nominate their exceptional people for awards and give them the recognition they deserve," the GLOBE President said.

The awards not only aim to acknowledge those doing good work in the community, but also aim to get the community leaders to get behind and support those recognised.

A group of independent judges will determine the winners of the inaugural GLOBE Awards, with finalists announced in September, ahead of the awards dinner on 17 October 2014.

The awards will be held in the Myer Mural Hall.

To nominate, head to globemelbourne.com.au/awards

SHARE THIS ARTICLE

James Findlay

James Findlay

James Findlay is a Melbourne-based writer and broadcaster who has worked in community media for many years. He has won awards for his work on The Naughty Rude Show on SYN, and can be heard on JOY 94.9's breakfast program, Triple Threat, and Hide and Seek - exploring sex, sexuality and self. James was also the Marketing and PR Manager for Melbourne's Midsumma Festival for two years, before traveling overseas where he taught English in Germany and worked as a tour guide around Western Europe. He is currently studying his Masters at Melbourne University in Public Health (specialising in Sexual Health).

Leave a comment

You are commenting as guest. Optional login below.