Q: Who can attend the conference?
A: Anyone. The only people who cannot attend are those that may make the conference an unsafe space. Homophobia, transphobia, racism, misogyny and any discriminatory behaviour will not be tolerated. Please see our Safety & Inclusion page for more information.
Q: Who can submit an idea to present at the conference?
A: Anyone! Abstracts and Submissions are open to anyone from around the world.
Q: Is there any travel or accommodation assistance available for presenters?
A: We will be offering Scholarships for the 2023 conference. Sign up to the mailing list to receive notifications. Registrations will be free for all presenters.
Q: Is there any travel or accommodation assistance available for people who want to attend?
A: We will be offering a range of supports and Scholarships for the 2023 conference. Sign up to the mailing list to receive notifications.
Our aim is to make the conference as accessible as possible and nobody will be turned away for lack of funds. If you need financial assistance, including cost of registration, please contact email@example.com
Q: I don’t identify as LGBTIQ – can I still attend the conference?
A: Yes, you can. The content of this conference is framed by LGBTIQ Women’s Health, but this is relevant to many non-LGBTIQ identified people that work in the area of health, research, study and marketing.
Q: Why is the conference only held in Melbourne and Sydney?
A: Currently the presenting partners are Thorne Harbour Health (previously VAC) (Victoria) and ACON (NSW). At this stage there are no other presentation partners, so the conference is held in these cities.