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Saturday, 2 March 2024

Mardi Gras 2024 WSU Promotional Video

The 2024 Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras were held on Saturday 2nd March. 2024 commemorated the 10th year of consecutive participation for Western. The theme for the Mardi Gras was ‘Our Future’, and Western Sydney University partnered this theme with our own, “Beyond the Rainbow”. Creative workshops with STEAMpop took place and as members of “Western Sydney University, Building our Future Together”, we marched. We are all collectively building our futures together at Western and we celebrate the diversity within the LGBTIQ community. We all have a piece of gold in us that exists beyond the rainbow.

Saturday, 25 February 2023

Mardi Gras 2023 WSU Promotional video

The Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras Parade took place on Saturday 25th February. 2023 marked Western’s ninth consecutive year participating. The theme was, 'Gather, Dream, Amplify' . Here at Western Sydney University we’d like to say, “Together We Dream Big”. We proudly celebrate all of the individuals and groups that form the LGBTIQ community. We belong to a diverse collective of individuals, and it is our richness and respect of these eclectic experiences, perspectives and values that enables us to rise out of any challenges presented to us.

Wed Aug 07, 2019

Out for University

Western Sydney University is delving into the research and sharing the lived experiences of LGBTQ+ students who are first in family to attend university and/or have culturally and linguistically different backgrounds.

May 07, 2019

Client Sexuality is Social Work: A Human Rights Conversation

Dr. George Turner, Western Sydney University, leads a panel of international visiting scholars (Drs, Pillai-Friedman, Sitron and Satterly, Center on Human Sexuality Studies, Widener Univ), to explore how social workers can center client relationships, intimacy, romance, and love within a sexual health social work practice model.

Speaking at the Marrickville Town Hall to social work students and professionals, NGOs, and community members, this panel of sexual health advocates, clinicians and researchers frame sexual health and wellness as a human right, noting too many Australians experience disparities in access to basic sex education and health services.

Please follow Dr. George Turner at
Twitter: @drgeorgewturner
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Dr-George-Turner-582376372175293/

For questions, please contact Dr. George Turner

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