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BBV News 3 February 2017

HIV and viral hepatitis research, resources, projects, events and services in Victoria, Australia

Hyllus Maris Memorial Lecture reignited

Historic lecture honouring Aboriginal visionary relaunched

New Insights into hepatitis B

Read a summary of the New insights into hepatitis B: Understanding the social and cultural experiences of people affected by hepatitis B workshop presented 18 May 2016..

Seminar recording: Sexual violence

Listen to a recording of seminar: Online/offline: sexual violence, activism, and justice.

Choices about fertility and parenthood

Participate in new research project exploring the fertility choices of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) Australians.

The Nauru files: why don’t we believe?

The Nauru files: why don’t we believe victims of sexual abuse?

AIDS not public health issue but HIV is

While we may not see many cases of AIDS in Australia today, HIV is very much an important public health issue in this country.

AFL needs social change to stop misogyny

AFL needs social change, not just crisis management around misogyny

Same-sex apology draws a line in sand

We shouldn't underestimate the human toll of the 'homosexual conduct' laws.

Kids of same-sex parents not worse off

No compelling evidence children of same-sex couple are worse off

Facts needed in Safe Schools debate

Let’s not lose sight of the facts in the Safe Schools debate

HIV Futures 8 survey – deadline extended

The deadline for this survey about the health and wellbeing of people living with HIV in Australia has been extended to 17 June 2016.

Contraception key for maternal health

Contraception needs to be more available to protect mothers & children

Bouverie Centre student awarded

Innovation Grant award for Bouverie student

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The first National Survey of Secondary Teachers of Sexuality Education

Survey finds that secondary teachers need more training in sexuality education.

Advancing Sexualities Studies Short Course

The Advancing Sexualities Studies Short Course training tool