Register now for our LGBTIQ Women’s Health Online Conference!

The 2021 LGBTIQ Women’s Health Conference is fast approaching!

Less than two weeks away – the conference will be held online on Thursday 4th November.

Registrations are open until Tuesday 2 November.

Our program is engaging, diverse and one we hope you find truly rewarding. With almost 30 speakers, from a range of services, organisations and lived experiences, it’s promising to be a day of exploring unique perspectives and sharing new and innovative knowledge and practices.

Our speakers are covering topics as diverse as homelessness, inclusive therapeutic practices, drug and alcohol use, supporting LGBTIQ women with an intellectual disability, inclusion in sport, suicide prevention, sex work, and domestic and family violence.

We’ll be hosting live panel discussions on inclusion, mental health, healthcare experiences, rainbow families, health across generations, and more.

Don’t forget – with the conference being online this year, you won’t have to miss a thing! All sessions will be available to stream on demand after the conference. So even if you can’t make all the sessions on Thursday, you can catch up in your own time later. Plus, no more having to choose between competing sessions in the program! 

Our ticketing this year is incredibly accessible, with concessions starting at $10, and no one will be turned away for lack of funds. If you need assistance with registration costs or have any questions, please contact conference@acon.org.au

Register today and come explore the health and wellbeing of the amazing women in our communities.

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