Research



Health & Wellbeing

Wellbeing and Mental Health Among Rainbow New Zealanders (2019) (NZ) 


Suicide prevention and the rainbow population A submission on: A Strategy to Prevent Suicide in New Zealand 2017: Draft for public consultation (2017) (NZ)


Queer and Trans Experiences of Accessing Mental Health Support in Aotearoa (Summary of findings for participants and community advisors) - Gloria Fraser, Victoria University of Wellington (2018) (NZ)


The Rainbow Mental Health Support Experiences Study (Summary of findings) - Gloria Fraser, Victoria University of Wellington (2018) (NZ)


Recognising and addressing the mental health needs of the LGBTIQ+ population – The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists Position Statement (2019) (NZ) 


Avoiding shame: Young LGBT people, homophobia, and self-destructive behaviours (2008) (U.K.)


Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) health services in the United States: Origins, evolution, and contemporary landscape (2017) (U.S.)


Suicide and suicide risk in lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender populations: review and recommendations. (2016) (U.S.)


Life on the seesaw: an assessment of suicide risk and resiliency for bisexual and gay male youth in Aotearoa/New Zealand (2000) (NZ)


LGBTI People: Mental Health & Suicide (National LGBTIQ Health Alliance, 2013) (AUS)


“You Have to Be Strong to Be Gay”: Bullying and Educational Attainment in LGB New Zealanders (2008) (NZ)


Higher use of drugs, alcohol and tobacco in gay, lesbian and bisexual population, Massey University (2007) (NZ) 


Book Recommendations, Aotearoa

Sexuality and the stories of indigenous peoples. Jessica Hutchings and Clive Aspin. 2007. Wellington, New Zealand. Huia Publishers.

Mana wahine Māori: Selected writings on Māori womens art, culture and politics. Ngahuia te Awekōtuku. 1991. Auckland, New Zealand. New Womens Press. 

Ruahine: Mythic women. Ngahuia te Awekōtuku. 2007. Wellington, New Zealand. Huia Publishers. 

Queer in Aotearoa New Zealand. Lynne Alice and Lynne Star. 2004. Palmerston North, New Zealand. Dunmore Publishers.


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