LGBTIQ Women’s Health Conference
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Only THREE WEEKS TO GO until the LGBTIQ Women’s Health Conference presented by VAC and ACON. With a jam-packed two-day program the Conference brings to you incredible speakers from all around the country, and the globe.as well as a range of important panel discussions, including: Aboriginal Voices: Exploring Community and Cultural Challenges LGBTIQ and Disability: Where Lives Intersect Gay, Straight or Lying: Bisexual Women in Lesbian Spaces Women in Business: Diversity, Inclusivity and Support Sex Work: Through …
Broadcasting, screen and radio training for LGBTIQA+ young people
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SYN are pleased to announce that the second round of Queeries starts on Sunday 1st of July, but applications are open now! This training will teach broadcasting, screen and live radio skills over the course of 12 weeks to 10 young people that identify as LGBTIQA+. Please send this link around to all LBGTIQA+ young people that you believe will be keen on becoming the next gen of media makers! http://syn.org.au/access/ If you have any …
Submissions open for tilde 2018
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Reminder, submissions are open for 2018! tilde are looking for short and feature length entries of all genres from across the globe. Films will be selected in line with their values. tilde highlights the stories and perspectives of trans and gd communities and promotes the work of both local and international trans and gd filmmakers, challenging gender norms and celebrating diverse representations of gender. Head to https://buff.ly/2IER0zt for more info!
Artist-Callout for Frolic Art Show
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In it’s second year, the Frolic Art Show will be bigger and better in it’s new home at The Old Sherrif’s Office on Camp Street. The Frolic Art Show is a wonderful chance to see some of the fabulous art produced in our region by our LGBT+ creatives. The art show will run from the 8th to the 14th of November with installation and deinstallation occurring on the 7th and 15th respectively. This year’s prize …
Queerly Fundraise with Me
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Queerly Represent Me is hosting a fundraiser at Bar SK on July 1st FROM 14:00 TO 22:00. Join them for an afternoon of activities and tea, and support their ongoing work with queer folks working in games. Activities will include a lucky dip ($10), zine making ($10 to buy a zine, and $5 to make your own), and other crafts. Purchase delicious tea and snack on tasty baked goods for a small donation! You will …
LGBTIQ dedicated lawyer at St Kilda Legal Service in Victoria
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St Kilda Legal Service in Victoria now have a dedicated LGBTIQ lawyer, Sam Elkin, for the communities legal needs. The service is to be provided as part of a health justice partnership with the Victorian AIDS Council and can assist LGBTIQ people across Victoria. This service will be providing information, advice and some legal casework to members of the LGBTIQ community across many areas of law including fines and debt, tenancy, Centrelink, NDIS, family violence, …
Out Loud Aotearoa
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#OutLoud is a project inspired by #wearebeneficiaries, in response to the Government Inquiry into Mental Health and Addiction. Toni Duder from Rainbow Youth and Sam Orchard from We Are Beneficiaries are working together to share the stories and wishes of the queer, gender diverse, intersex, takatāpui, MVPFAFF or rainbow communities* around Aotearoa’s mental health and addiction services. They’re encouraging people from LGBTIA/Rainbow communities to make submissions to the Government’s inquiry into mental health and addictions by …
Employment Opportunity: Alliance Executive Director
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The LGBTI Health Alliance is currently seeking a new Executive Director. Please help us to find the most fabulous person for the role by sharing this news through your networks. Employment Opportunity: Executive Director Providing health programs, services and research for LGBTI+ communities Would suit candidates from a broad range of advocacy based organisations Based in Newtown, Sydney with regular interstate travel, Two year contract with option to extend Make a significant impact on the …
LGBTIQ cinema at Sydney Film Festival
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2018 is officially the best year ever for LGBTIQ cinema at Sydney Film Festival. No kidding, there are 20 films in this year’s program! Eleven of those films star women who love women – from the Opening Night film to the uber-hip banned-in-Kenya Rafiki and riveting psycho-thriller What Keeps You Alive. Plus, there are plenty of other gay and queer stories. Get your tickets here! https://www.sff.org.au/program/strands/lgbtiq