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New Australian Bureau of Statistics 2020 LGBTIQ+ Standard

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 Australian Bureau of Statistics, Published January 14th 2021 The Standard for Sex, Gender, Variations of Sex Characteristics and Sexual Orientation Variables, 2020 (“2020 Standard”) has been developed by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) to standardise the collection and dissemination of data relating to sex, gender, variations of sex characteristics and sexual orientation...

CAMHS seeking feedback from Queer and Gender Diverse young people and families who have accessed their services

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CAMHS  (Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services), December 2020 CAMHS  (Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services) is seeking feedback from Queer and Gender Diverse young people and families who have accessed CAMHS services.  The CAMHS Rainbow Group is wanting to hear how Queer and Gender Diverse people have experienced their services so that they can make sure they are providing the most...

Queer Out Here: LGBTQIA+Inclusion in Rural and Regional Schools (Report)

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Minus18, October 2020 Minus18’s Queer Out Here Report is a unique look into LGBTQIA+ experiences in regional and rural schools. What does it mean to be a student or teacher in regional Australia, and what support is needed for LGBTQIA+ youth? Undertaken over 131 days, the Queer Out Here project was created as both a consultation project, and an education drive in assessing and enabling...

Tickets to the LGBTI Family Violence Forum available now (free online events)

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Thorne Harbour Health, 22nd July 2020 Effecting Change and Accountability: Family Violence Interventions for LGBTI Communities: Monday 10th to Friday 14th August 2020 Since the release of Victoria’s Royal Commission into Family Violence recommendations in 2016, LGBTI family violence service providers and mainstream family violence services who are attaining rainbow tick accreditation have worked...

Breaking the Binary Code: Celebrating gender and sexuality diversity

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The Sexual Assault & Family Violence Centre (Victoria), 2020 Breaking the Binary Code: Celebrating gender and sexuality diversity, challenging stereotypes and relationship expectations is a 18-month primary prevention of family violence project.  The project has a strengths-based approach working with LGBTIQA+ young people, community and stakeholders. It was led in partnership with The Sexual...

Lived experience of sexual violence among trans women of colour from CALD backgrounds in Australia

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ANROWS, June 2020 Crossing the line: Lived experience of sexual violence among trans women of colour from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds in Australia This research set out to increase understanding of the lived experience of being a trans woman of colour living in Australia, in relation to gender transitioning and experiences of sexual violence. Using a large comparative...

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