The National LGBTI Health Alliance made a submission to the Senate Standing Committees on Community Affairs regarding the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority Amendment Bill 2014.
Knowledge Hub tag: intersex
A world-first guide to intersex inclusion for employers, published by Pride in Diversity and OII Australia.
In this edition: MindOUT! Conference Ageing & Aged Care Roundtable Name Competition: Ageing & Aged Care Program Featured Research: Meta Analytic Review of Interventions to Reduce Sexual Prejudice Zie Plot Thickens: Reflections on Pronouns and Language Opportunities: AISSGA Annual Conference Senior Australian of the Year
“Intersex for allies” is an introductory leaflet to intersex written by Organisation Intersex International Australia.
A short guide produced by Organisation Intersex International Australia.
In This Issue What is consumer directed care? (CDC), and what does it mean for older LGBTI Australians? LGBTI Ageing & Aged Care in perspective Schedule 3: Contractual guidance for the implementation of intersex, trans, and non-binary gender inclusion National LGBTI Ageing & Aged Care Strategy Implementation National Aged Care Awareness Training Project – An… Continue reading LGBTI Health Update, Vol.4 No.3, Apr 2014 »
Submission on the prevalence of different types of speech, language and communication disorders and speech pathology services in Australia
The November edition of the LGBTI Health Update has been released. This month we explore intersex, trans and gender diversity in Australia. Editorial: New Directions in best practice for intersex, trans and gender diverse people’s health – G. Ansara Keynote Speech at the Geelong Forum on Healthcare Pathways for Intersex, Trans and Gender Diverse Young People –… Continue reading LGBTI Health Update, Vol.3 No.9, Nov 2013 »
A special edition that focuses on a broad overview of LGBTI Health in Australia in 2013: Summary Of Key Proposals Ageing And Aged Care Cancer Data To Make Decisions About LGBTI Health Disability Intersex, Trans And Gender Diversity Suicide Prevention Mental Health Tobacco, Alcohol And Other Drugs
The first Parliamentary report anywhere on intersex health and wellbeing, which made 15 recommendations to improve the health of people born with intersex characteristics, including changes to clinical practices, scrutiny and national standards, use of non-stigmatising language, and funding for peer support.
Inside this edition: Editorial: Practical health outcomes for LGBTI people in Australia – Warren Talbot Media Release: Family Court improves health care for trans young people – LGBTI Health Alliance ‘Standing Strong’ – workshops for LGBTI mental health – Andrew Shaw Submission on Revised Australian Curriculum Health and Physical Education to Year 10 – LGBTI… Continue reading LGBTI Health Update, Vol.3 No.7, Aug 2013 »
Language is inclusive when we use words in ways that demonstrate our respect for how people describe their own genders, bodies and relationships. It is important to show this respect even when we are describing people who are not present. This guide helps to explain how.