Centre for Culture, Ethnicity & Health (CEH), July 2022
New and updated resources in translation, compiled by CEH. They cover sexual & reproductive health and related topics.
Various languages. Links below.
Contraception – your choices
This translated fact sheet explains the available options for using a worry-free contraception that suits an individual as their best protection against unplanned pregnancy. It gives brief descriptions of the options and how effective each type is.
The contraceptive pill
Using a worry-free contraception that suits you is your best protection against unplanned pregnancy. Contraceptive pills are the options discussed in this fact sheet.
Emergency contraception – Royal Women’s Hospital
A translated resource about emergency contraception. If you had sex without contraception or had problems with your regular method (missed pills, broken condom), emergency contraception can help prevent unplanned pregnancy. This resource explains what types of emergency contraception there are and what they are as well as possible side effects.
LARC – long acting reversible contraception
If you’re having sex and you don’t want to get pregnant, you need to use contraception. Long acting reversible contraception, such as intra uterine devices (IUDs), contraceptive implants and contraceptive injections, maybe the choice for you.
National Cervical Screening Program – your choices explained (Easy Read)
This is a visual guide to help people from culturally and linguistically diverse communities understand the importance of cervical screening and the choices available for having a Cervical Screening Test.
National Cervical Screening Program – how to collect your own sample (Easy Read)
This is a visual guide to help people from culturally and linguistically diverse communities understand how to collect their own vaginal sample if they choose self-collection as a screening option for their Cervical Screening Test.
National Cervical Screening Program – your choices explained (Easy Read video)
This is a video to help people from culturally and linguistically diverse communities understand their Cervical Screening Test results.
Reproductive coercion – know your choices, be informed
Reproductive coercion and abuse is a behaviour aimed at establishing power and control by interfering with a pregnant person’s reproductive autonomy, controlling and /or interfering with the person’s decision making and access to options regarding their reproductive health and reproductive choices.
Sexually transmitted infections (video)
STIs are silent diseases that can potentially affect anyone – let’s talk about it.
What we think about LGBTIQA+ rights
This position statement argues that: LGBTIQA+ Autistics deserve to have their decisions about their identities respected, valued, validated, and affirmed.