Isabelle Lake was the first transwoman to be included the Honour Roll of the Women's Hall of Fame on International Women's Day.
Isabelle was honoured for her inspiring work in promoting the rights of LGBTI young people, in particular the development of the Guidelines for supporting sexuality and gender diversity in schools.
Also nominated by the Commissioner for Equal Opportunity, Allanah Lucas for inclusion on the Roll of Honour was the first Commissioner for Equal Opportunity, June Williams. June's ground-breaking work established the Equal Opportunity Commission in the WA as the pre-eminent human rights body in Western Australia. See A short history of the Equal Opportunity Commission
Isabelle Lake is further honoured by the third annual Isabelle Lake Memorial Lecture, cohosted by the Commission and the University of WA on 31 March. The keynote speaker is Tim Wilson, Commissioner for Human Rights "Law and culture: Australia's transgender awakening". For more information and to register go to: http://www.trybooking.com/Embed.aspx?eid=126200