The Gold Coast is home to 25,000 international students from 130 nationalities. A diverse and global city.
Our differences make us stronger. It’s time to celebrate who we are as individuals. Our differences, our experiences and our similarities as a student community and city.
We’d like your help to form something spectacular and beautiful, both physically and symbolically.
Celebrate and embrace diversity as we create our human rainbow. This will be a fun event with prizes, giveaways and free food! There will also be bus pick ups from Bond University, Griffith University and Southern Cross University.
Join our Human Rainbow on April 4 for once in a lifetime experience to celebrate diversity in our city.
Gold Coast, Australia
Thais Assis Arruda
Kazi Haisam Siddiqui
Gary Lee is a facilitator of people, ideas and opportunities. He’s a motivator, a mentor and a mensch. On the surface that honourable Yiddish description might seem a little out of place for a relocated Malaysian living in Australia, but given Gary’s passion for embracing diversity and multiculturalism it couldn’t...
Ojay Moka grew up in Papua and New Guinea’s capital of Port Moresby. As the focal hub of a developing country it’s a vastly different experience from a fast emerging cosmopolitan centre like the Gold Coast, the city he now calls home.
A funky fusion of cultures makes up the rich and colourful tapestry of the Gold Coast community, due in part to almost a third of the population having been born overseas. Interestingly, if you add to that figure the descendants of those born outside Australia, this figure jumps to more...