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Rainbow Rights Toolkit: Overcoming discrimination • Housing • Health • Plan ahead

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COTA SA, June 2024 Rainbow rights are human rights, and this toolkit identifies how older LGBTI+ community members can understand and action their rights, as well as providing information to the people who are part of their choices, supports and care. COTA SA has partnered with the South Australian Government’s Office for Ageing Well to develop this resource and build awareness of state...

LGBTIQ+ teens’ experiences negotiating connection, self-expression and harm online

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June 2024, eSafety Commissioner (Australia)  ‘Tipping the balance: LGBTIQ+ teens’ experiences negotiating connection, self-expression and harm online’ is based on the experiences of 305 Australian young people aged 14 to 17, who identified as LGBTIQ+.  This research explores the online experiences of LGBTIQ+ teens and how they negotiate connection, express themselves and deal with harm...

SHINE SA Significant Dates Calendar for 2024

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January 2024 Our Significant Dates Calendar covers the dates and milestones that help us raise awareness of the issues and topics we care about in sexual health and relationship wellbeing, and related areas. The resource has been updated for 2024.  The calendar is a list of 2024 events including Sexual Health Week; Mental Health Week; World Autism Day; Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander HIV...

Rainbow Horizons: Don’t leave me this way (Inclusive end of life care and planning)

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COTA SA Rainbow Hub, June 2023 Rainbow Horizons: Don’t leave me this way –fostering intergenerational compassionate communities to support LGBTI+ people’s end of life is a project report which reveals the unique challenges older LGBTI+ people may face, and advocates for stronger intergenerational links and for providers to ensure a more inclusive approach to end of life experiences for older...

Coping with Gender Dysphoria: A Quick Workbook

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SHINE SA, 6th June 2023 Coping with Gender Dysphoria: A Quick Workbook, is a new peer-led resource by SHINE SA’s Gender Connect Country SA. Coping with gender dysphoria can be a significant challenge for people who are transgender, nonbinary, or gender diverse (TGD). While not all TGD people will experience gender dysphoria in the same way (or at all), gender dysphoria can impact nearly all areas...

Media Release: Eliminating HIV transmission and ensuring health equity for LGBTIQA+ Australians

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Department of Health and Aged Care (Australia), 3 May 2023 The Australian Government is delivering on its commitment to eliminate HIV transmission in Australia, and address the health disparities experienced by LGBTIQA+ people. An additional $19.7 million in the 2023–24 Budget will ensure better access to HIV testing, treatment and information, including support for the HIV workforce and to...

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