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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This workbook presents a series of transcribed interviews with young people who identify as gay,
lesbian, bi-sexual, transgender or intersex (GLBTI Young People or Queer Young people – QYP) about their life experiences – particularly about their school experiences.
Headspace (Australia's National Youth Mental Health Foundation) joins forces with the AFL Player's Association (AFLPA) to say no to homophobia.
Ausgender is a new community based support and social group for the Transgendered and Transsexual community.
This resource kit aims to help children, families and early childhood educators start discussions about the diversity of families – including same-sex parented families – who are part of their communities.
17th May is IDAHO day. The theme for IDAHO this year is “Speaking about Silence – Homophobia in the Sports World”
A report on a research project undertaken by Victoria University and Gay and Lesbian Health Victoria and supported by VicHealth.
'Beyond Homophobia: Meeting the needs of same sex attracted and gender questioning young people in Victoria - A policy blueprint'
People Living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA) Victoria have launched ‘Changing Voices’, which consists of a book and a DVD produced by the people from the HIV Positive Speakers Bureau.
This document reviews the literature on breast cancer among lesbians published between the years 1994 and 2009.
This policy report by the UK Equality and Human Rights Commission addresses data collection, hate crimes, being out at work, school bullying & access to health care.
In October 2008 the Victorian Department of Education sent a policy document called 'Supporting Sexual Diversity in Schools' to every primary and secondary school principal in the state.
A paper presented at the 2007 Health in Difference conference in Brisbane, Australia.
Members of the LGBT population continue to experience worse health outcomes than their heterosexual counterparts.
Cervical screening in lesbian and bisexual women: a review of the worldwide literature using systematic methods
Systematic review to map the worldwide literature in English on lesbians and bisexual women and cervical screening. A total of 2290 papers were
identified in 11 electronic databases and these were supplemented by the ‘grey’ literature.
This legislation affects the way the Registry will record and release information on the State's civil registers, including recognition of same-sex parents on Victorian birth and death certificates.
Information for GPs, primary care providers and consumers.
Information on transgenderism and transexuality for young people, their families and support workers.
'Well Proud' draws on national and international research on the health and wellbeing of GLBTI people and on guidelines for GLBTI-sensitive practice and service delivery that have been developed here and overseas.
This website offers stories from around the globe by people who are affected by HIV/AIDS.
This research had its beginnings in an act of trans activism, including a campaign by a
number of trans organizations advocating the need for research dealing with health, wellbeing and access to health services in relation to this population.