Women

The LGBTIQ Women’s Health Conference is open to anyone with an interest in LGBTIQ Women’s Health. Registrations close Tuesday 2 November 2021.

Conference tickets are $20 (individuals funded by an organisation), $15 (individuals) or $10 (concession). Conference attendance for Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people (when not funded by an organisation) is free.

Our aim is to make the conference as accessible as possible, and nobody will be turned away for lack of funds. If you need financial assistance, including cost of registration, please contact conference@acon.org.au

Our program is engaging, diverse and one we hope you find truly rewarding. With almost 30 speakers, from a range of services, organisations and lived experiences, it’s promising to be a day of exploring unique perspectives and sharing new and innovative knowledge and practices.

Our speakers are covering topics as diverse as homelessness, inclusive therapeutic practices, drug and alcohol use, supporting LGBTIQ women with an intellectual disability, inclusion in sport, suicide prevention, sex work, and domestic and family violence. ​

We’ll be hosting live panel discussions on inclusion, mental health, healthcare experiences, rainbow families, health across generations, and more.

Register via the website link below and share on social media.

Links

Website: https://lbq.org.au/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/66342608221/posts/10161208989578222/?d=n

Media Release: https://www.acon.org.au/about-acon/latest-news/#national-conference-to-explore-health-wellbeing-and-safety-of-lgbtiq-women

Registrations are now open, so please share with colleagues, friends – anyone you think might be interested in attending the LGBTIQ Women’s Health Conference.


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