Hello everyone! We recently had someone send us this and we wanted to help share a call for participants for a research project on the experiences of trans people in Australian prisons. They’re looking for people who are over 18, who identify anywhere outside of cis, and who have spent time in an Australian prison at any time in the past. Participation includes a 1-2 hour one-on-one interview with Charlie (research team) and it is paid.
So it’s been a while since I’ve made a post about our progress and I just want to spend some time today and do that now.
Western Australians will soon have an easier time correcting the sex on their birth certificates – and non-binary will be recognised as an option alongside male and female. This follows the McGowan government’s 2022 decision to overhaul Western Australia’s birth certificate amendment process and abolish the state’s Gender Recognition Board. In comments to The West […]
An Australian trans health researcher has won a prestigious endocrinology award – for the second year in a row
Since Trans.au launched a month ago, we’ve been very busy chasing up a number of new submissions for our directory, from all over the country and today we’re looking for your feedback!
Applications for the 2024 Victorian LGBTQIA+ Leadership Program, run by the Department of Families, Fairness & Housing have opened up again.
One of the programs run by Trans.au is our Bluesky invites for trans folks program where we provide invite codes for the upcoming social media platform called Bluesky.
We’ve been busy building trans.au for a few months now and today, we’re happy to finally be ready to show you all what we’ve been working on!