Living with HIV and want to learn how to cook nutritious meals on a budget?

SAMESH, May 2019

June is the month for SAMESH’s next free cooking class hosted by resident chef G.K.  Bring your culinary talents up to speed, and get some healthy lifestyle tips too!

Next class: Wednesday, June 19, 2019 at 10 AM – 2 PM at 57 Hyde street, Adelaide, South Australia. Free of charge.

 

 

Annual Report of Trends in Behaviour: Viral hepatitis

UNSW Centre for Social Research in Health, October 2016

The Annual Report of Trends in Behaviour presents data from a selection of the behavioural and social research conducted by the Centre for Social Research in Health. The report focuses in particular on studies assessing trends over time or addressing emerging issues.

The Viral Hepatitis Supplement covers a few key issues which stand out  in relation to viral hepatitis.

 

 

Online sex industry provides critical safety & health protections for male sex workers

BC Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDS, July 7th, 2016

Newly published peer review research shows how the loss of ‘Boystown’—the main sex work stroll for men in Vancouver—over the last decade, has led to loss of community and social solidarity; key protective strategies for sex workers. At the same time, the shift to online sex work for men has provided critical safety and health protections for sex workers in screening prospective clients and negotiating terms of transactions.

  • Read more of press release here

Meet the Mob: Matty Morgan

ABC Newcastle, 18 January, 2016 1:10PM AEDT

Indigenous language, gay rights, and social media – at 26 Gamilaroi man Matty Morgan is packing a lot into life.

He is a young Aboriginal man who’s not afraid to take the lead.

Hosted by Jill Emberson, 1233 ABC Newcastle Mornings presenter, Meet the Mob is a weekly profile of Aboriginal people in the Hunter region of New South Wales.

  • Read more  or listen to interview here

 

We Weren’t Born Yesterday

Queering the Air Collective at 3CR Community Radio, 2015

We Weren’t Born Yesterday is a series of four hour-long episodes focusing on the voices of GLBTIQ people from Vietnamese, Chinese, Arabic and Hindi speaking backgrounds.

Produced by the Queering the Air Collective at 3CR Community Radio, the series explores queer heritage, vocabulary and intergenerational connections in migrant communities in Australia.
EPISODE ONE: This episode explores GLBTIQ heritage within the Vietnamese-Australian community.
EPISODE TWO: Lia Incognita looks at queer cultural heritage, intergenerational connections and GLBTIQ Mandarin vocabulary among the Chinese diaspora in Australia.
EPISODE THREE: This episode, produced by Nicki Russell and Jessie Richardson, explores evolving language and identities, representation in books and film, and family and community amongst Arab-Australians.
EPISODE FOUR: This episode, produced by Arjun, explores GLBTIQ heritage within the Indian-Australian community.
Listen here

The I in LGBTI is for Intersex, not invisible!

SameSame, Wed 11th Mar, 2015

At Mardi Gras this year, SBS’s news series The Feed met people who identify as intersex, the often invisible letter in the LGBTI family.

  • Read more here
  • Watch video from SBS here