Person

Jacqueline Ullman

Report

Sorting it out

This research attempts to understand GBTIQ men’s experiences of intimate partner violence and sexual assault.
Report

Welcoming social wellness

This research aimed to examine and understand older GSD (gender and sexuality diverse) women’s experiences and needs related to health, aged-care and social support services. In particular, this project sought to explore how access and engagement with services was related to women’s sense of community...
Evaluation

Evaluation of the Widening Participation Student Ambassadors Initiative

The Office of Widening Participation at Western Sydney University delivers more than 50 programs in schools and around the university that aim to increase young people's educational engagement and aspirations for higher study. These programs are particularly focused on students from low SES backgrounds, and...
Journal article

Bureaucratic constructions of sexual diversity: ‘sensitive’, ‘controversial’ and silencing

National research illustrates the high degree of discrimination that prevails against lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) students resulting in diminished educational outcomes, both academic and social. This phenomenon is influenced by the prevalence of whole-school silences around LGBTQ topics in many Australian schools...
Report

Free2Be?: Exploring the schooling experiences of Australia’s sexuality and gender diverse secondary school students

This report details the findings from a nationwide survey of sexuality and gender diverse Australian secondary school students, entitled the Free2Be? project. The name, while also intended to be catchy and easy for young people to remember, was designed to address the fundamental project questions...