Australian Defence Force LGBTI Publications and Guides
This guide produced by the Air Force provides comprehensive information and guidance for personnel with gender dysphoria who seek to transition gender in Defence. The guide includes a suggested letters for communicating about gender transition, and contains information to help commanders and managers understand how they can contribute to workplace productivity by ensuring a smooth transition.
This guide was produced by the Air Force and aims to provide information to personnel who are coming to terms with their sexual orientation.
This short guide produced by the Air Force helps commanders, managers and supporters understand how they can support same-sex attracted personnel in the workplace.
Understanding Transition in the Workplace (out of date)
This guide was produced in 2010 and much of the language is considered to be dated. This guide is included for information, however, better information can be found on the DEFGLIS website, in DEFGLIS training packages and in the transitioning gender guide above.
Australian Defence Force Policy
Policy regarding the use of Social Media by Australian Defence Force Personnel and Defence Australian Public Service employees.
Policy regarding the management of Unacceptable Behaviour in the Defence workplace.
Information sheet regarding the recognition of partners and dependents in the Australian Defence Force.
The overarching Defence Diversity and Inclusion Strategy for 2012-2017.
The employers guide to intersex inclusion was developed in collaboration between OII Australia and Pride in Diversity. Written by Morgan Carpenter and Dawn Hough, the guide is kindly sponsored by IBM.
Australian Government Guidelines on the Recognition of Sex and Gender (external website)
These guidelines outline a consistent sex and gender classification system for Australian Government records, outline a consistent standard of evidence for people to change or establish sex and/or gender on personal records, and support the consistent collection and sharing of sex and/or gender information across Australian Government departments and agencies.