Animal Companionship and LGBTQ People’s Health and Wellbeing.
Friday 31 March 04:00pm until Friday 31 March 05:00pm
ARCSHS invites you to a research and practice seminar with Professor Elizabeth Peel, exploring how animal companions support human mental and physical well-being.
ARCSHS Summer Research Showcase
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.
One of the lasses? Attitudes to trans inclusion and safety in gender-based violence support services
Wednesday 15 February 2023
ARCSHS invites you to a research and practice seminar with Newcastle University (UK)'s Professor Rachel Pain, exploring the experiences of trans women, service users and sector workers around accessing domestic and sexual abuse support services in the UK.
Post-migration health and wellbeing of Southeast Asian queer migrants
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.
Pride and Pandemic: Report Launch
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.
Report Launch: Opening Doors: Ensuring LGBTIQ-inclusive family, domestic and sexual violence services
Thursday 13 October 2022
ARCSHS is proud to launch the new report 'Opening Doors: Ensuring LGBTIQ-inclusive family, domestic and sexual violence services'.
Can there be a feminist politics of drinking? Alcohol harms and home drinking experiments
Wednesday 21 September 2022
ARCSHS invites you to a research and practice seminar with Professor Helen Keane, exploring women's drinking in terms of narcofeminist acts of resistance, harms, empowerment, the transformative role of drugs in queer culture and a trillion dollar global industry.
Pride in Prevention Partnership Guide Launch
Wednesday 31 August 2022
Rainbow Health Australia is proud to launch the Pride in Prevention Partnership Guide.
Human Rights Education about sexual orientation & gender identity in Australian schools, post-marriage equality
Wednesday 17 August 2022
ARCSHS invites you to a research and practice seminar with Monash's Professor Paula Gerber, exploring the impact of the marriage equality plebiscite 'No' campaign on education, four years on.
Family is complicated: What does this mean for supporting families and people living with HIV, hepatitis C, or hepatitis B?
Wednesday 20 July 2022
In conjunction with World Hepatitis Day 2022, ARCSHS invites you to a Research and Practice seminar with UNSW's Anthony KJ Smith, Christy Newman and Kerryn Drysdale, exploring the ways that family complexity and family inclusion affects people living with blood-borne virus.in terms of stigma, education, care and broader life.
Launch: W3 Framework Guide and website
Tuesday 28 June 2022
Join us for the launch of the new W3 Framework Guide, a system for programs and organisations to measure the impact of peer-led public health initatives, and accompanying website.
The analytical, the political and the personal: Swedish stakeholder narratives about alcohol policy at football stadiums
Wednesday 15 June 2022
ARCSHS invites you to a research and practice seminar with Professor Mats Ekendahl, exploring how Swedish alcohol policy stakeholders' constructions of 'truth' about alcohol consumption affect public campaigns around drinking at Swedish sports events.
'Uninhibited Play': the political and pragmatic dimensions of intoxication within queer cultures
Wednesday 18 May 2022
ARCSHS invites you to a research and practice seminar with Professor Kane Race
Who is entitled to healthcare? Basic care as exceptional care for LGBTIQA+ People with Disability
Wednesday 27 April 2022
Dr J. R. Latham explores the experiences of LGBTIQA+ people with disability in accessing healthcare and community services in our April Research and Practice seminar.