Yogyakarta Principles plus 10

Yogyakarta Principles plus 10

In 2006, in response to well-documented patterns of abuse, a distinguished group of international human rights experts met in Yogyakarta, Indonesia to outline a set of international principles relating to sexual orientation and gender identity. The result was the...
Australian LGBTIQ Policy Guide

Australian LGBTIQ Policy Guide

The Equality Project is proud to launch the first edition of the Australian LGBTIQ Policy Guide, a tool for Australian political parties, peak bodies and community groups that are interested in developing informed political policy text concerning the LGBTIQ community....
National LGBTIQ+ Community Impact Report

National LGBTIQ+ Community Impact Report

A report prepared by Collective Impact and Three for All Foundation about the capacity of current LGBTIQA+ organisations as well as gaps and issues that require further advocacy. Download the report via The Equality...
Working with Queer Muslims

Working with Queer Muslims

Sydney Queer Muslims Inc held a Cultural Sensitivity Workshop on 20th July 2018 at Sydney University. Imam Muhsin Hendricks presented a talk to provide theological context to the issues facing Queer Muslims. Sekneh Beckett was invited to give a presentation on her...
Reconciliation Resources for Queer Muslims

Reconciliation Resources for Queer Muslims

The Queer Muslim Empowerment Workshop was conducted on the 21st to the 26th of July 2018. This workshop was a Suicide Prevention Initiative by Sydney Queer Muslims Inc in partnership with the LGBTI Health Alliance’s LGBTI Mental Health and Suicide Prevention Project...
Darlington Statement

Darlington Statement

Twenty10 inc. GLCS NSW is proud to affirm the Darlington Statement, which was written by a group of intersex activists from Australia and Aotearoa/New Zealand in March of 2017. This statement calls for for an end to the stigmatisation and unnecessary pathologisation...
Transgender kids get their own health-care guidelines

Transgender kids get their own health-care guidelines

This post originally appeared at The Conversation. More info at the end of the article.   Not all transgender people will seek health care, but the ones who do need to feel supported. from www.shutterstock.com Carmen Pace, Murdoch Childrens Research Institute; Ken...
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