5 Ways to be a part of World AIDS Day 2022
09 Nov 2022
World AIDS Day is back on 1 December 2022 - and we're bringing back the WAD Street Appeal after a two-year hiatus.In addition to our army of volunteers hitting the streets to hand out red ribbons, we will also be hosting our annual World AIDS Day Memorial as well as a new initiative with our series of Red Ribbon Making events.There are so many ways to get involved and take part in World AIDS Day 2022 and be Boldly Positive as we remind others that HIV Still Matters.Here's 5 ways you can take part in World AIDS Day 2022....
22 Sep 2021
Call for Board Nominations
The Victorian AIDS Council Inc (VAC) and Gay Men’s Health Centre Inc (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.
17 Sep 2021
Legal work during the AIDS Crisis: Alan Farrar
As part of a new series from HALC featuring the longstanding lawyers behind the service for PLHIV, this interview with Alan Farrar discusses the work he did during the height of the AIDS crisis in Melbourne.
02 Sep 2021
5 Questions with Janet Jukes
Thorne Harbour President and longstanding LGBTIQ+ community advocate Janet Jukes OAM shares a bit about her life outside the organisation as she answers our 5 Questions....
12 Jul 2021
Rise Above the Binary
In the lead up to International Non-binary People’s Day on 14 July, we talked to some of the volunteer peer facilitators behind Rise, Thorne Harbour Health’s monthly peer workshop for our nonbinary, genderqueer, agender, and genderfluid communities.
10 Jul 2021
5 Questions with Neil Pharaoh
Between running his own consulting firm and growing veggies in Kyneton, Neil Pharaoh takes a minute to look back on his political career and answer our 5 Questions...
10 Jul 2021
5 Questions with Adam Bourne
Associate Professor and avid bushwalker, Dr Adam Bourne, talks about the importance of community connection and his experience migrating to Australia...
08 Jul 2021
5 Questions with Timothy Dyke
Thorne Harbour Vice President Dr Timothy M Dyke shares his passion for service delivery, his pointers for aspiring LGBTIQ leaders, and even a bit of leatherwork as he answers our 5 Questions...
02 Jul 2021
PLC Newsletter - Winter 2021
The latest edition of the Positive Living newsletter is here!
15 Jun 2021
2021 Order of Australia Honours
This week the Governor-General recognised the remarkable contributions of Australians across the country with the release of the Queen’s Birthday 2021 Honours List. Three women from the Thorne Harbour Health community were recognised for their longstanding work – Dr Liz Crock, Associate Professor Edwina Wright, and Thorne Harbour President Janet Jukes.
26 May 2021
Final Report from Royal Commission into Victoria's Mental Health
In early 2019, the Victoria Government announced that it would be undertaking a Royal Commission into Victoria’s Mental Health System. Soon after, Thorne Harbour Health and Rainbow Health Victoria encouraged our LGBTI communities to take action and have their voices heard as part of the community consultations and submission process.
26 May 2021
Statement of Apology 2021
To all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, your families and communitiesWe, the Board, staff, volunteers and members of Thorne Harbour Health, say sorry for the injustice, generations of discrimination, marginalisation and human suffering experienced as a result of colonisation.
23 Apr 2021
A New Season for Drama Downunder
With every new season is a new time to get tested, get treated, and avoid the drama. Following the popularity of the original 'seasons' campaign back in 2015, this year's Drama Downunder features the fresh faces introduced last year as well as the first trans man every featured in the campaign's 13-year history. We sit down with Florin (pictured above left) about visibility, trans health, and being on street posters in your underwear.