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The report specifically identifies that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender or Intersex (LGBTI) children, children from rural areas, children with disabilities and children from migrant backgrounds are still more likely to experience poverty, discrimination, social exclusion and disadvantage.“Children living in poverty have less access to both primary and specialist health services than the general population, higher levels of contact with the criminal justice system and greater exposure to domestic violence.QLife provides nation-wide, early intervention, peer supported telephone and web based services to people of all ages across the full breadth of people’s bodies, genders, relationships, sexualities, and lived experiences. Provided by counsellors with specialised skills, knowledge and experience in the area of LGBTI service provision.
Her creative and critical work has been published in national and international journals such as Overland, Meanjin and Going Down Swinging.
She has been curating literary reading events that focus on topics such as non-binary gender and sexuality, taboo, and diverse body size for the past decade, for festivals such as Fringe and Midsumma. (2015) ‘All the way from (B)lame to (A)cceptance: diabetes, health and fat activism’ in The Politics of Size (edited by R.
The report marks 25 years since Australia ratified the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, agreeing to a set of standards and obligations for all children.
The report considers the progress – and lack thereof - for children across a number of key social policy areas including family life, education and care, justice and health, and what this has meant for children.
Her creative writing research is interdisciplinary and engages with cultural studies, fat studies and gender studies.