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Report: LGBTQ+ workers in the Australian construction sector

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The Australian Human Rights Institute, June 22, 2021 The Australian Human Rights Institute has undertaken research to identify the barriers and opportunities to recruitment, retention and progression of LGBTQ+ professionals and tradespeople in the Australian construction sector. The research aims to map out interventions that build inclusivity of LGBTQ+ workers within the sector. menThe...

Experts are worried more STIs are going round undetected because of COVID

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ABC News, 28th April 2021 The initial stats were looking good: that sexually transmissible infection (STI) rates have dropped during the pandemic, thanks to things like lockdown and social distancing. But new research from the Western Sydney Sexual Health Centre and University of Sydney suggests that might only be a short-term thing, and that rates of undetected STIs could be a lot higher than we...

Resource on sexual harassment in the workplace during the festive season

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Working Women’s Centre SA Inc, November 2019 The Working Women’s Centre SA Inc has created a guide for employers to assist them with preventing & responding to sexual harassment in the workplace during the festive season. This guide will assist employers in planning a safe and truly celebratory event. It is designed to be shared amongst workplaces in the leadup to the work...

Trans @ Work: a guide for trans employees, their employers, and colleagues

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Queensland Human Rights Commission, 2019 This information is for trans and gender diverse employees, their employers, managers and colleagues who are seeking guidance on issues associated with transitioning at work. The guidelines suggest ways to: work together the achieve a successful transition in the workplace; address pre-employment issues; and provide ongoing support to trans employees. Why...

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SASHA is a current awareness service with news and views on various aspects of sexual health and sexuality, from a wide range of sources. These range from credible sources of sexual health and related information, to relevant opinion pieces in the media.

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