Media Coverage

Check out InsideOUT’s history in the media to learn more about the work we’ve done! Before January 2015 we were known as QSA Network Aotearoa, so some of these articles will reference this name.

Schools Network and Resources

New resource helps create safer schools for transgender students – Stuff, 2016
Group calls for support for better diversity awareness in schools – Stuff, 2016

Queen’s Young Leader Award

Former Nayland Student Honoured By Queen For Community Work – The Nelson Mail, 2015
Wellington Woman Receive’s Queen Young Leader’s Award
– The Dominion Post, 2015
An Award Fit For a Queen
– The Wireless, 2015
28 Badass Young People Making The World A Better Place – Buzzfeed, 2015
Queen’s Young Leader For LGBTI Youth – Taking On The Giant, 2015
Advocate Gets Award From Queen – The Nelson Mail, 2015
Gay Youth Advocate First Kiwi To Earn Queen’s New Honour – The Dominion Post, 2015
GLBT Activist Named Queen’s Young Leader – Gay Express, 2015


Coverage on the Day of Silence Campaign

Bisexual Welly teen sick of LGBTI bullying: ‘I face discrimination from a***holes from both sides’ TVNZ, 2016
Students Across NZ Go Silent Against LGBTI Bullying – Scoop, 2016
Anti-bullying group to bring LGBT Day of Silence to schools in New Zealand – Pink News, 2014
Break the Silence – Express Magazine, 2014
Silent Treatment For Gay Rights – One News, 2014
Student Uses Sound of Silence – Whanganui Chronicle, 2014
Day of Silence Campaign – Ministry of Youth Development, 2014
Day of Silence at Onslow College – Independent Herald, 2014
Silence Because Not Everyone Feels Able To – The Handmirror, 2014


Govt told schools need LGBT guidelines – RadioNZ, 2016
Tabby Besley – Grassroots Skype
– The 4:30 Show, TV2, 2015
School in gay supporters’ sights – Northern Advocate, 2012
Gay athlete joins anti-bullying tour – Nelson Mail, 2011