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Welcome to the fresh new SASHA!

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SHINE  SA & SAMESH, 12th November 2020 Dear SASHA browsers, email subscribers, and occasional visitors, Welcome to our new-look SASHA (South Australian Sexual Health Awareness)! We hope you enjoy our fresh, updated web and email experience. Please read the following information to ensure the transition is as smooth as possible.  SASHA is a current awareness service curated by a qualified and...

New COVID Taskforce website from ASHM

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ASHM, UPDATED ON: 14 April 2020 ASHM’s Taskforce on BBVs, Sexual Health and COVID-19 was established on 20 March 2020. It provides a timely opportunity for the BBV and sexual health sectors to discuss the scientific, clinical, BBV and sexual health service delivery and social implications of COVID-19, and provides consistent and evidence-based messaging to the health workforce, sector partners...

SHINE SA 2018–19 Annual Report is now out

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SHINE SA, 14/11/2019 SHINE SA’s 2018–19 Annual Report is now out.  Over the course of the year, we provided clinical services to more than 34,000 clients and counselling services to over 900 clients. Over 1,000 doctors, nurses and midwives attended our courses and updates. Over 2,500 teachers attended our courses and updates. Thank you to our staff, clients and partner organisations who...

Factsheet on the new The Marriage Law Survey (Additional Safeguards) Bill 2017

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The Equality Campaign, 18/09/2017 The Marriage Law Survey (Additional Safeguards) Bill 2017 was introduced into parliament (and passed) at the end of last week. Included as a part of the bill was a series of temporary measures to protect people from vilification, harassment or threats of harm during the current postal survey campaign. Also included as a part of the bill is a series of...

Grindr, virtual reality and vlogging: new ways to talk about sexual health

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The Guardian, July 21st, 2017 Almost half the world’s population is online and billions of young people use social media. So why doesn’t more sex education happen across these channels? The first Global Advisory Board for Sexual Health and Wellbeing brings together a group of individuals from across the world who are using innovative ways to reach more people with information about sex and...

Launch of Indaba HIV website for women

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PEACE Multicultural Services at RASA, November 2016 A message from  PEACE Multicultural Services: “Please join us for the official launch of Indaba HIV, a website created to provide basic and practical information as well as relevant resources for women living with HIV in South Australia. Indaba also highlights important information for service providers to help them meet the needs of women...

Welcome to SASHA

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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