Tag: COVID-19

Keeping Our Communities Safe – Multicultural LGBTIQ+ Victorians and COVID-19

A banner image where the background is a close-up photograph of a person hugging another person from behind. The person in front has a dark skin tone and is wearing a white button-up shirt. The person behind has a light skin tone and iw earing a striped shirt. The photograph is a close-up of the two people's intertwined forearms and hands. On the left side of the banner, there is large header text that reads "Got questions about COVID? We've got answers." Under the header text is a subtitle that reads "COVID-19 and multicultural LGBTIQ+ communities". On the bottom-right side of the banner, there is the Drummond Street Services logo.

Information sessions Drummond Street Services is running free information sessions for multicultural LGBTIQ+ people about keeping our communities safe from COVID-19. The sessions are safe spaces to ask questions and receive non-judgemental and helpful information. There’s no need to register – you can join anonymously. Step 1. Find a time that suits you Thursday 14 October 6.00–6.30pm (Zoom link) Friday 15 October 11.00–11.30am (Zoom link) Tuesday 19 October 4.00–4.30pm (Zoom […]

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Prevention in the pandemic

Prevention in the pandemic: The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is having a significant impact on people’s lives and wellbeing around the world.  The pandemic has exacerbated health, social and economic inequalities and globally, rates of family violence have surged. For people who are LGBTIQ+ in Victoria, especially those who experience multiple forms of discrimination and health and wellbeing inequalities, COVID-19 has also exacerbated the drivers of family violence. Responding to a […]

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Behind closed doors: Adolescent Violence in the Home (AVITH) during COVID and challenges to come

Behind closed doors: Adolescent Violence in the Home (AVITH) during COVID and challenges to come – As part of drummond street’s ongoing whole-of-family service response to AVITH- through its Young People and Family Violence program, and CFRE’s commitment to evidence building, we have recently partnered with RMIT’s Centre for Innovative Justice (CIJ) to write an ANROWS Issues Paper, which examined the use of adolescent violence in the home during COVID-19 […]

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