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    Kahlia McCausland
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    Wednesday 6 December 2017, 5-8PM, Grace Vaughan House – 227 Stubbs Terrace Shenton Park, WA.

    Please RSVP by 1 December for catering purposes by emailing siren@curtin.edu.au.

    In partnership with the Australia Forum on Sexuality, Education and Health (AFSEH) and the WA Sexual Health and Blood-borne Virus Applied Research and Evaluation Network (SiREN), we are pleased to invite you to our second Western Australian workshop event. Join us for a late afternoon tea followed by a fun and stimulating discussion with speakers from across WA and Australia!

    This event, which will take place at Shenton Park, is targeted at health and education professionals, teachers, researchers, policy makers and community leaders who are working to fuel progress in the fields of sexuality, education and health. The workshop will be an opportunity to gain insights into these issues and more; expand your professional development, and network with like-minded professionals. The workshop will commence at 5pm for food and networking, followed by presentations commencing at 5.45pm.

    Guest speakers:
    Mary Lou Rasmussen (Australian National University) – Changing LGBTQ Youth Social Policy since 1990.
    Kai Schweizer (LGBTIQ+ Educational Consultant) – Trans representation in the contemporary Western media.
    Daniel Marshall (Deakin University) – Archives and the representation of queer young people.
    Leigh Hill (Editor, Out in Perth) – Role of LGBTQ community media for young people.
    Renee Newman (WAAPA) – Filmmaker and director of film It’s Not Just Me, Renee will be discussing and introducing the film with focus on young people’s gender transition experiences in Western Australia.
    Sam Winter (Curtin University) – Discussant.

    We hope to see you there!

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