International Trans Day of Remembrance

Recognised internationally on November 20 every year, we pay respect to the trans and gender diverse members of the community who have lost their life at the hands of others or by suicide. We celebrate the bravery of our communities and recognise ongoing struggles to bring equality to transgender, gender diverse, and non binary communities in South Australia and around the globe.


In 2022 we headed to Adelaide LGBTIQA+ run venue Diverse-City for a community vigil to recognise International Transgender Day of Remembrance.

We heard from community speakers who shared their personal stories of being trans and trans allyship.

Photography by Zac Cannell and Jenny Scott


In 2021, for the first time ever, iconic South Australian institutions lit up in the trans pride colours to commemorate International Transgender Day of Remembrance.

Over 100 people gathered at Tarntanya Wama on Kaurna land (Elder Park Rotunda, Adelaide) to demonstrate trans resilience, strength and pride in the face of ongoing discrimination, harassment and transphobia.

Photography by Jenny Scott and Ellen Murray

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