Global Pride Study
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Opportunity for LGBTQ people aged 18 and over to participate in a global pride study. This global study on health and wellbeing across generations is being piloted in Australia, and 14 other countries. The purpose is to gather information to address health and well-being holistically in LGBTQ adults, including quality of life, physical and mental health, and economic and social lives. Find out more here – https://goldseninstitute.org/globalpridestudy/ Skip straight to the survey here – https://uwt.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_9FU1RXpsBD11yBM
IDAHOBIT Celebration / Stawell
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The Stawell IDAHOBIT Day celebration will be held, Tuesday 17th May 4.30 pm – 6pm in the foyer of the Stawell Town Hall. This FREE event will feature; free food and drink, free rainbow merch for young people under 19, a raffle, rainbow chalk art and a film screening. Everyone is very welcome. The event will be a disability friendly space. There will be chairs and beanbags available. People not from the LGBTI community are …
Queerspace Casting for New Doco
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Queerspace are looking for participants for a new documentary about the trans experience in high school, from trans and queer writer-director AP Pobjoy. The aim is to make a documentary that tells the story of transgender students around Australia as they go through highschool in 2022. The project will be filmed by the participants themselves, giving them a voice and the opportunity to share their experiences. They are looking for high-school students aged between 15-17 …
VIC: Makers Circle / Sensorium
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Sensorium Studio is an inclusive, therapeutic art community in a colourful, sensory controlled environment in Preston. Hosted by Sensorium, SensOPride groups are an LGBTIQA+ safe, social, creative space to make art and explore experiences and issues of gender and neurodiversity. SensOPride is for adults and young people aged 11-30 who identify as gender diverse and/or neurodiverse or those exploring. SensOPride will be supported by art therapists Sam Harlow-Black and Bentley/Ben Tamplin, who both have lived …
IDAHOBIT Movement Festival by Proud 2 Play
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Ready to get active? The Parklife IDAHOBIT Movement Festival is the perfect place to start. The Parklife IDAHOBIT Movement Festival is the perfect place to start. We have something for everyone, so whether you’re a fitness enthusiast or just looking for a way to have some fun, we’ve got you covered. Our festival is all about getting LGBTIQ+ moving and enjoying yourself. So come on out, bring your friends and family, and join us for …
Workshop / Safe & Inclusive Space
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Thursday 5 May, 7pm-8.30pm (online) This free, practical online workshop is targeted to local businesses and organisations to build a better understanding around:– The meaning behind the LGBTIQA+  acronym, respectful language and terminology– Why we focus on LGBTIQA+ communities– How to address unhelpful assumptions and stereotypes RSVP is essential. For more information or to register, contact Rhani or Mez at WayOut on healthpromotion@scchc.org.au or 5421 1666.Or download the flier here…
Leadership in Action: LGBTIQ+ Suicide Prevention Forum
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12 MAY AT 10:00 – 13 MAY AT 17:30 LGBTIQ+ Health Australia are proud to announce the “LGBTIQ+ Suicide Prevention Forum: Leadership in Action”. This Forum aims to bring together Australian leaders in LGBTIQ+ Suicide Prevention and consider what has been working, what does the data tell us, and what’s next. MindOut would love to have you in the conversation. We will focus especially on a showcase of best practice; effective engagement of PHNs; ways …
Moving Through Imposter Syndrome (MTIS)
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Join Jackie Sheppard as she takes participants through a creative and embodied journey of our internal world, unpacking imposter syndrome. About this event MTIS is a body centred creative workshop led by Jackie Sheppard, which uses movement, space, somatics and mixed creative mediums to explore and unpack some of the key themes around Imposter Syndrome. Join Jackie Sheppard as she gently leads us through a journey to our inner world of the body, psyche, and …
Out & About SPARK Conversations: Ben MacEllen: public speaking & activism
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Presentation and Q&A for trans/gender diverse people over 50 on public speaking and accidental activism About this event Date and time Fri., 6 May 2022 @ 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm AEST Join Ben MacEllen (comedian, writer, public speaker and accidental activist) as he shares with us his experiences of story-telling and accidental activism as a transgender man from rural Victoria. Ben is a memoirist, lyricist, actor, poet, and activist who has been writing stories, …
CALD LGBTIQA+ Support Group
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Mental Health Foundation Australia runs a FREE online CALD LGBTIQA+ support group on the first Wednesday of every month. The next session is on 4th May, 5.30pm-7.00pm. This is a safe, welcoming and inclusive space for culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) participants of all ages and gender identities to share experiences on intersectional issues involving relationships, culture and identity. Register here: https://www.mhfa.org.au/SRG/lgbtqia-support-group