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W3 Framework: Understanding, demonstrating, and improving the impact of peer work in public health

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Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health and Society (ARCSHS), La Trobe University, June 2022 The W3 Project (funded by the Australian Government Department of Health) is a collaboration between researchers from ARCSHS and peer researchers from community organisations working in Australia’s public health response to HIV and hepatitis C.  The W3 Framework is a systems map that shows how...

Psychological Therapies Targeting Priority Populations Service Model (LGBTIQA+)

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Meridian (ACT), released July 2021 Meridian was invited by the Capital Health Network (CHN) to co-design a service model for delivering mental health services to LGBTIQA+ communities in the ACT under the Psychological Therapies Targeting Priority Populations contract. Meridian facilitated a co-design process with LGBTIQA+ people to design a service model that would respond to their mental health...

IDAHOBIT . Move . Connect . Create: An Art Therapy and Movement Workshop

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Counselling and Support for the Disability Royal Commission and PEACE Multicultural Services / Unidos (Relationships Australia SA), May 2022 Counselling and Support for Disability Royal Commission and PEACE Multicultural Services presents: IDAHOBIT • Move • Connect • Create An inclusive art therapy and movement workshop Promoting positive health and wellbeing while supporting healing, growth and...

Study: Identity and Wellbeing in LGBTQIA+ people with Refugee Backgrounds

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 School of Psychology, University of Adelaide, April 2022 Researchers at the University of Adelaide are conducting a study entitled “Exploring Identity Formation and its Psychological Impacts in Gender and Sexuality Diverse people with Refugee Backgrounds”. As part of this study, they hope to talk with two groups of participants: Individuals who are service providers/mental health professionals...

Stopping violence against women starts with learning what misogyny really is

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The Conversation, Published: March 15, 2022 2.55am AEDT, by Katy Dineen, College Lecturer in Teaching & Learning Enhancement, University College Cork & Maria Moulin-Stożek, University Professor, Jan Dlugosz University in Czestochowa The problem of violence against women might seem insurmountable. But focusing on education about misogyny may provide a place to start. In particular, it is...

Updated International Student Principles for Australia

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Australian Human Rights Commission, 2022 The International Student Principles were developed to address the human rights concerns of international students living in Australia. They are intended: As a guide for all organisations and government agencies that provide services to international students; To inform the ongoing development of policies and services relating to international students;...

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