OMID magazine for Afghan and Farsi speaking LGBT people


PEACE Multicultural Services, RASA, 2016 “OMID is a new magazine for our Afghan and Farsi speaking friends around the world, who are same-sex attracted, trans-gendered or who are questioning their sexuality and/or gender. Whether you live in Australia, Afghanistan, Iran or anywhere else in the world, we hope that this magazine reaches you, provides you with valuable information and touches...

SHine SA/PEACE Youth Week Event Invitation


March 2016 SHine SA in collaboration with PEACE Multicultural Services (Relationships Australia SA)  invites young people from multicultural backgrounds & communities to their National Youth Week Event. A wonderful opportunity to learn about health while contributing to the development of a CALD-specific educational resource for young people. A chance to meet other motivated and passionate...

Outing Disability: a photographic journey


Outing Disability, an exhibiton featuring photographs by internationally acclaimed photographer Belinda Mason, invites you on a reflective journey into the lives of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex and queer people with disability. This series of portraits provides a rare insight into the hopes and dreams of 23 unique people as they share their struggles and triumphs of coming out...

Upcoming event: Art therapy – HIV and Mental Health Professionals Network


HIV and Mental Health Professionals Network This event & network may be of interest if you’re a mental health professional with an interest in HIV, or a person who works in the HIV & related sectors with an interest in mental health, or a worker with an interest in the intersection between mental health & HIV. Farida Khizam will present on mental health and Art Therapy for the...

Cultural Impact of AIDS [video]


The Wheeler Centre, 13 Oct 2014
How have artists responded to the HIV virus creatively in their work, and what effect have their projects had on communities and attitudes as a whole? This panel of experts from around the globe examines the challenges of folding HIV narratives into creative work.
Watch video (47 minutes) here

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