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The Quilt: Exhibition of the original South Australian AIDS Memorial Quilt

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SAMESH, November 2021 The AIDS Quilt is a memorial to people who have died from AIDS around the world, and is a form of both remembrance and activism. It is the largest piece of community folk art in the world as of 2020. Join SAMESH and the History Trust of South Australia in presenting the original South Australian AIDS Memorial Quilt on display for everyone to see the history of HIV/AIDS in...

16 days of activism events: Charles Sturt is Saying No to Domestic and Family Violence

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City of Charles Sturt, November 2018 Charles Sturt is partnering with local community groups, sports clubs, schools, businesses and key stakeholders to raise awareness and implement violence prevention activities. Several activities are planned for the 16 days of activism from the 25 November (International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women) to 10 December (Human Rights Day)...

Summary of results: Trans Pathways: the mental health experiences and care pathways of trans young people

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Telethon Kids Institute, Perth, September 1, 2017 Trans Pathways is the largest study ever conducted of the mental health and care pathways of trans and gender diverse young people in Australia (859 participants). It is also the first Australian study to incorporate the views of parents and guardians of trans young people (194 participants). What did Trans Pathways tell us? Trans young people are...

The laws that sex workers really want (video)

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(Via SIN, April 2017) Laws can be complicated, but the sex worker community agrees on decriminalisation. Watch sex worker and activist Juno Mac unpack the different legal frameworks that affect sex workers, and then explain that decriminalisation is the only way forward. “If you care about gender equality or poverty or migration or public health, then sex worker rights matter to you,”...

Sex worker and activist Laura Lee: ‘It’s now far more difficult to stay safe’

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The Guardian, Saturday 6 February 2016 02.10 AEDT There aren’t many sex workers in Britain happy to talk openly about their work, so Laura Lee is used to being interviewed. She is managing to be remarkably upbeat, on just four hours’ sleep. Lee will need all her reserves of cheerful energy during the next fortnight, as she prepares a legal challenge against the government of Northern Ireland...

My Body, My Rights – Female Genital Mutilation

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Sarian Karim Kamara at Fuuse Forum, Published on 24 Jan 2016 For many years, the problem of FGM has been treated as almost too delicate to address: while laws may be changed, prosecutions rarely follow. More importantly, the necessary safeguarding and prevention measures in schools and in systems of healthcare are underdeveloped. This complacency has been partly justified by a wish to avoid...

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