FREE workshops for LGBTIQ women
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If you are interested in connecting with community and learning about various topics including representation, coming out, consent and boundaries, relationships, sex and sexual health, and community support, come along to Scope! This workshop starting Saturday Feb 29th runs for 6 Weeks, each Saturday afternoon, until the 4th April. Find more information and learn how to apply HERE.
JOIN THE LGBTIQA+ SERVICE USER REFERENCE GROUP (ACT)
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THE CANBERRA INCLUSIVE PARTNERSHIP IS NOW CALLING FOR APPLICATIONS FROM COMMUNITY MEMBERS TO JOIN THE LGBTIQA+ SERVICE USER REFERENCE GROUP The Canberra Inclusive Partnership (the Partnership) is seeking people with lived experience as a member of Canberra’s LGBTIQ+ communities to join its Service User Reference Group (the Reference Group). As part of the Partnership’s commitment to inclusion, we partner with and learn from the unique insights of people with lived experience and recognise the value …
Trans and Gender Diverse Peer Support Pilot
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Introducing SPARK! Support for Peer-Support Activities that Revitalise KinshipSPARK is a pilot project to resource the development of new sustainable networks of affinity and belonging and to make visible some of the excellent peer support that is already happening in our communities. It’s not a grants scheme, because we’ll be working with you to try and make the work happen. Find more information and learn how to apply below: APPLY FOR SPARK
Safe and inclusive health care for LGBTIQ+ Australians
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DocDir are trying to make healthcare better for the LGBTIQ community DocDir want to map out all the doctors that are recommended by LGBTIQ+ people as being safe to attend. Not just the big clinics that have rainbow flags everywhere and a long waiting list. They also want to know about the small local doctors in rural areas that are doing a good job.  They need your help to achieve this. To find out more …
Melbourne – An evening with Sophie Labelle
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Sophie Labelle is an internationally renowned visual artist and author from the South shore of Montréal, in French Canada. She is the transgender cartoonist behind Assigned Male, a webcomic about a group of queer and trans teenagers that has been running since 2014 and already touched millions of readers. During this special event, she will share anecdotes and stories related to her work and experience. When: Friday, 7 February 2020 from 18:30-21:00Where: Transgender Victoria, 100 …
Queerspace Festival Survey 2020
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Queerspace are asking you to help contribute to their survey. This survey will take  about 10 – 15 minutes to complete. Participation in this questionnaire is voluntary and you are free to stop at any time.   Your answers to these questions will be anonymous, meaning your name/identity will not be associated with your responses. Your anonymous answers will be used for research and knowledge sharing purposes by drummond street services. The questions help gather information about the needs of the LGBTIQ+ communities. …
The Whole Package (Engage Grant)
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The Whole Package is a program developed by the Family Access Network (FAN) to address the issues of employability amongst young people experiencing or at risk of homelessness and/or disadvantage within the LGBTIQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual. Transgender, Intersex, Queer and Questioning) community. The program aims to break the cycle of disadvantage by assisting young people with the skills needed to effectively obtain and sustain employment. These skills are often a natural part of development, such …
LGBTIQ+ Capacity Building Project
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This 12-month project offers tailored support, including consultation, workshops and training, to any organisation providing services and/or support to people who are at risk of homelessness. The project aims to increase the awareness, and undertaking of LGBTIQ+ inclusivity in services. It builds on the LGBTIQ+ inclusivity work that Family Access Network have been undertaking since 2005, and is supported by funding from the Department of Health and Human Services. For more information or to arrange …
Expression of Interest: Workshops & Interviews
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Are you interest in participating in the ‘Safety, Risk and Wellbeing on Digital Dating Apps’ research project? Swinburne University of Technology is collaborating with community organisations in Victoria to run workshops and interviews with trans, including gender diverse and non-binary, people aged 18-35 who use apps for dating and hooking up. Participants will be invited to share their perceptions of different dating and hook-up apps through group discussion and activities. All discussions will be confidential, …