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Nida Denson

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Identifying and filling racism data gaps in Victoria: a stocktake review

Victoria has increasingly recognised and condemned racism, seeking to create strategies to reduce racism and ensure justice, wellbeing and equality through anti-racism initiatives. This report discusses a stocktake review of racism data, which organises the body of existing data, identifies gaps in data collection, analysis...
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Asian Australians’ experiences of racism during the COVID-19 pandemic

This research examines Asian Australians’ experiences of racism before and during the COVID-19 pandemic. The researchers examined how these experiences are associated with their mental health, wellbeing and feelings of belonging.
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Advancing LGBTQ+ safety and inclusion

This report details the findings of an 18-month long scoping study, informed by local advisory group established by ACON, into a range of LGBTQ+ needs and experiences in Greater Western Sydney.
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Sorting it out

This research attempts to understand GBTIQ men’s experiences of intimate partner violence and sexual assault.
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Growing up queer: issues facing young Australians who are gender variant and sexuality diverse

This pilot project, conducted with young people who identify as gender and sexuality diverse, was undertaken during 2012-2013. It was a collaborative project involving academics from the University of Western Sydney – Professor Kerry Robinson, Dr Peter Bansel, Dr Nida Denson, and Dr Georgia Ovenden...