Upcoming events

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Out In Suburbia: The Untold Story of LGBTIQ+ People in Australia's Outer Suburbs

Friday 06 October 09:30am until Friday 06 October 01:00pm

ARCSHS invites you to a hybrid information-sharing and meaning-making seminar to examine new research and its implications for LGBTIQ+ people in outer suburban areas in Australia, and those who serve them.

Past events

Friday 22 September 2023

Come along and celebrate the publication of Dr Andrea Waling's Exploring the Cultural Phenomenon of the Dick Pic.

Thursday 14 September 2023

ARCSHS invites you to a research and practice seminar with Chris Haywood. The seminar introduces you to UK swinger clubs, who visits them, what happens in the clubs and how we might begin to explain the dynamics of gender and sexuality within these spaces.

Tuesday 12 September 2023

Join us for an eye-opening event on sexual communication and sexual consent exploring fresh perspectives and tackling emerging challenges.

Wednesday 06 September 2023

The 2023 Contemporary Drug Problems conference, themed 'Embracing trouble: New ways of doing, being and knowing', will take place in Paris in September.

Wednesday 16 August 2023

ARCSHS invites you to a research and practice seminar with Dr Benjamin Hegarty and Dr Alegra Wolter exploring healthcare and rights for trans people in Indonesia.

Monday 14 August 2023

Join ARCSHS as we share findings from a three-year study, funded by the Australian Research Council, on people’s experiences following hepatitis C treatment, and the laws, strategies and practices that shape stigma and discrimination post-cure.

Thursday 06 July 2023

An event, in conjunction with Living Positive Victoria, to discuss findings from the HIV Futures 10 study, and other recent HIV social research.

Wednesday 14 June 2023

ARCSHS invites you to a research and practice seminar with Dr Shaez Mortimer exploring the results of Dr Shaez Mortimer’s doctoral research, which involved in-depth interviews with service providers and LGBTQA survivors of sexual violence in Victoria and South Australia. The seminar will focus on the stories and practices of healing by the survivor participants.

Friday 31 March 2023

ARCSHS invites you to a research and practice seminar with Professor Elizabeth Peel, exploring how animal companions support human mental and physical well-being.

Wednesday 15 February 2023

ARCSHS invites you to a research showcase of recent work from Dr Dion Kagan, Emily Lenton and Dr Sean Mulcahy, exploring hepatitis C stigma, hepatitis C data justice and the effectiveness of Australian human rights charters for LGBTIQA+ rights.

Wednesday 16 November 2022

ARCSHS invites you to a research and practice seminar with Dr Quah Ee Ling, exploring the post-migration health and wellbeing of Southeast Asian queer migrants, using transnational and intersectional feminist approaches.

Monday 24 October 2022

Join ARCSHS and LGBTIQ Health Australia for the launch of Pride and Pandemic, a national report exploring the health and wellbeing of LGBTQ Australians during the COVID-19 pandemic.