Same Sex Attraction within Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Communities
Eighty participants gathered at the Melbourne Multicultural Hub on Tuesday 15 October 2013 for the second Multicultural Sexual Health Network forum.
The forum focused on how the service sector could best address the needs of same-sex attracted people from culturally and linguistically diverse communities.
The forum attendees represented a variety of sectors including health, youth, education, settlement and government.
Read a full summary of ‘The other side of the rainbow: same sex attraction within culturally & linguistically diverse communities’ MSHN Forum.
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