CALD LGBTI Individuals and their Families

PRONIA is a leading Australian Greek community service organisation which provides a range of culturally and linguistically relevant services to meet community needs. See their website for more information:

One of PRONIA’s current projects is “SKEPSI”, meaning “thought” in Greek. This 12 month project aims to advocate and promote the well-being needs of the Australian Greek LGBTI community and their families. Skepsi is funded by the DHHS and delivered in partnership with queerspace- Drummond Street Services.

The Skepsi project follows on from last year’s LGBTI project “Starting the Conversation”, aimed to raise awareness about LGBTI issues in the Greek community. The “Starting the Conversation” project identified the importance of community education to increase awareness about LGBTI issues and to advocate for the mental health well-being needs of the Australian Greek LGBTI community and their families.

The attached link to Monkey Survey will take 4 minutes to complete. The survey seeks responses from professionals about the needs and services available to CALD LGBTI individuals and their families and in particular, the Greek LGBTI community. Your participation in completing the survey contributes to the knowledge and understanding of CALD LGBTI issues, current service availability, accessibility and enhancements required in service delivery.

Information provided will be de-identified and used as an aggregate to explore themes. Please provide your responses by 28 August 2018.


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