Newsletter - Summer 2019
21 Dec 2018
It's been a massive year, and the last few months of 2018 have been no exception with Northside Bizarre, Feast in Adelaide, the Victorian State Election, World AIDS Day and our Annual General Meeting. Plus, Midsumma 2019 is just around the corner. Check out our summer newsletter for latest happenings around Thorne Harbour Health.
17 Jan 2019
The Ban on 'Amyl'
Australia's Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) recently postponed its decision on whether or not to change the law around alkyl nitrites (the active ingredient in 'amyl' or 'poppers'). Currently, the TGA is conducting public consultations into the proposed amendments that could see amyl recategorised as a 'prohibited substance'.
02 Oct 2018
Call for Board Member Nominations
The Victorian AIDS Council (VAC) and Gay Men’s Health Centre (GMHC), trading as Thorne Harbour Health, are seeking visionary and capable people who work well with others to nominate for election to two vacancies on the VAC Board of Directors and two vacancies on the GMHC Board of Directors.
19 Jul 2018
Newsletter - Winter 2018
We've turned 35! With that milestone and our community's legacy in mind, we've changed our name to Thorne Harbour Health. This Winter 2018 edition of the newsletter features this big announcement as well as the recent LGBTIQ Women's Health Conference and the latest events going on around the organisation.
28 Mar 2018
VAC Newsletter - Autumn 2018
22 Feb 2018
EOI for Disability Capacity Building Work Team
22 Dec 2017
VAC Newsletter - Summer 2017/2018
20 Nov 2017
PLC Newsletter - Summer 2017
20 Nov 2017
2017 VAC Annual General Meeting
21 Sep 2017
VAC Newsletter - Spring 2017
07 Sep 2017
Joint statement supporting a medically supervised injecting centre trial in Victoria
03 Aug 2017
Joint Statement Opposing the Miscellaneous Amendment Bill 2017
“LGBTI communities are disproportionately impacted by drug use. The criminalisation of personal possession and use of drugs is counterproductive, adds to stigma and discrimination within these populations, and doesn’t recognise that substance abuse is a health problem that no amount of law enforcement can fix.” - VAC CEO Simon Ruth
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