GLHV online resource library

The GLHV online library has extensive information about GLBTI health and associated subjects. Content is classified by subject area and target audience. If you can't find the item you're looking for, there is also a full-text search option.

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Sexual violence and GLBTI communities

Fact sheet

Resource sheet published by the Australian Centre for the Study of Sexual Assault.

Queer Without Fear: Domestic & Family Violence in LGBT Relationships Booklet (QLD)


Queensland Government funded the development of a resource containing information and referral details for people who may be experiencing abuse within an LGBT relationship

No longer an optional extra: Doing LGBTI policy differently


Liam Leonard, Director of GLHV presents a new approach to LGBTI policy framework

The Aging and Health Report – USA


The Aging and Health Report – Disparities and Resilience among Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Older Adults

Working with LGBT people - people with learning disabilities: Richard's story (UK)


In this film we meet Richard, a man with a learning disability talking about his desire to have a relationship. From YouTube UK

Working with LGBT people - people with physical disabilities: Doug's story (UK)


This film talks about the experiences of a gay man with a physical disability and how he feels social care should develop to provide more choice and control for the user of services. From YouTube. UK 2010

Trans Mental Health Study (Scotland)


Scottish survey of trans people's mental health needs and experiences.

Australian Human Rights Commission position paper in support of marriage equality

Position paper

The position paper considers how the human rights principle of equality underpins legislative recognition of marriage equality.

Sexual violence and GLBTIQ communities - resource sheet

Fact sheet

A resource sheet written by the Australian Centre for the Study of Sexual Assault.

Diverse and deadly website

Website link

Diverse and deadly is a website which celebrates the diversity of Victoria’s Aboriginal communities, and is aimed at gay, straight, lesbian, bisexual and sistergirls

Beyond: we treat everyone the same


A report on the 2010-2011 program How2 create a gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and intersex inclusive service


Website link

Web based support for gay, lesbian and trans teenagers (under 21).

Private Lives 2 Report


Private Lives 2 report

Department of Education and Early Childhood Development policy on same sex attracted employees


This document highlights the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development policy of an inclusive workplace.
It offers links to key policy documents within the Department and offers a range of useful case studies and resources.

HIV & Oral Health - Info sheet

Fact sheet

People Living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA) Victoria have released 'HIV & Oral Health' as part of their information series for people living living with HIV

Dude Magazine - Transmasculinity

Website link

DUDE is a collection of queer and trans perspectives on various topics related to trans guys.

YGender - website

Website link

Website aimed at Trans*, Genderqueer, Gender Questioning young people and friends based in Melbourne Australia

Teaching Diversities: Same Sex-Attracted Young People, CALD communities and Arts based Community Education


The project focused on the vulnerabilities and needs of same sex-attracted (SSAY) young people, particularly those from culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) and emerging communities.

I'm really no different from you - Stories and Insights from SSAY in Melbourne's West


ISIS Primary Care (Sunshine) has recently conducted research with same sex attracted (SSA) young people in the Western suburbs.

Coming out, coming home or inviting people in? Supporting same-sex attracted women from immigrant and refugee communities


This report has three chapters. This first chapter has provided a brief overview of the Multicultural Centre for Women’s Health and the Understanding Sexuality Project. Presented in Chapter 2 are the project findings, while key recommendations are presented in Chapter 3.