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    People negotiating their gender, sexuality and or intersex status in Tasmania.

    Values and Principles 
    WIO recognises the importance of being an out organisation which is creative, flexible and innovative. We are committed to community education and social change principles. We use a collaborative approach and open and respectful communication. We believe in the intrinsic value of all people. 

    You can download our full Values Statement here.

    Strategic Partners 
    WIO is well respected throughout the sector and is supported by other community sector organisations and government agencies. WIO is a partner organisation with the Tasmanian government through the Tasmania Together Progress Board and is represented on Departmental Health, Police and Education GLBTI Reference Groups. WIO has Deductible Gift Recipient status from the Australian Taxation Office which affords the organisation a range of taxation incentives for staff and donors. 

    WIO is proudly supported and funded by the Department of Health and Human Services through Population Health to deliver a state-wide service to Tasmanians. Current funding is provided on a triennial basis 2012-2015. Those who use the service include people negotiating their sexuality and or gender, family, friends, work colleagues and fellow students and any other person who provides support. 

    WIO Strategic Plan 2013-2016

    Direction 1: Be responsive to the needs of people negotiating their gender, sexuality, and or intersex status

    Direction 2: Reduce discrimination and build a more inclusive society through education

    Direction 3: Increase LGBTI Tasmanians accessibility to inclusive services

    Direction 4: Optimise and build on existing strengths of the organisation

    Direction 5: Ensure responsible and transparent governance



    Working It Out is funded by the Crown through the Department of Health and Human Services