Reports and Publications

Annual Financial Statements

Pride Foundation Australia is 100% committed to providing supporters with full transparency in our work. Here you will find our annual audited financial statements and a link to our Investment Policy. If you have any questions or would like more information don’t hesitate to contact us.

Publications

As part of our Social Change Philanthropy model Pride Foundation commissions and supports research and publications that contribute to the increased health and wellbeing of LGBTQIA+ Australians. Below are some of the publications and resources that we have been involved in.

  • Andrews, Cal, Shelton, J, McNair, R. Developments in Responding to LGBTQ+ Homelessness in Australia and the United States. Parity, Diversity and Inclusion issue 2019, VOLUME 32 — ISSUE 03, Page 21-23.
  • Andrews, C., Carlile, S. & McNair, R. (2017). A vicious cycle: The lack of LGBTIQ homelessness data and policy. Parity, May 2017 edition, Chapter 4: Ongoing and Emerging Issues in Homelessness Data Collection.
  • Andrews, C. and R. McNair. 2020. LGBTIQ+ Inclusive Practice Guide for Homelessness and Housing Sectors in Australia. Melbourne: University of Melbourne.   http://www.lgbtihomeless.org.au/lgbtiq-inclusive-practice-guide/
  • McNair et al 2019. BRIEFING DOCUMENT ON CONTEMPORARY ISSUES FOR REFUGEES AND PEOPLE SEEKING ASYLUM WHO HAVE DIVERSE SEXUAL ORIENTATION, GENDER IDENTITY AND EXPRESSION, AND SEXUAL CHARACTERISTICS (SOGIESC). Presented to the Co-Chairs of the  LGBTI Parliamentary Friends, Canberra.
  • Jaklina Michael, Lawrence Walsh , Sally Goldner , Tina Healy , Rosemarie Draper , Kylie Elder and Kate McLeod. Supporting Aged Care Workers to Understand and Respond to the Needs of Trans and Gender Diverse People: An Australian Co-designed Quality Improvement Initiative. Diversity and Equality in Health and Care (2018) 15(3): 116-121
  • Dempsey D, Parkinson S, Andrews C, McNair R. Family relationships and LGBTQ+ first homelessness in Australia: What do we know and where should we go? In Journal of Sociology Special Issue – Disempowerment, Violence and Injustice within the Relational Lives of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, and Two Spirited (LGBTQ2) People. In Press 2020
  • Genée Marks, Amie O’Shea, Keith R. McVilly, Patsie Frawley & Nathan Despott. “Where’s the human dignity in that?”: LGBTQIA + people with intellectual disability exploring sexual lives and respectful relationships. JOURNAL OF GAY & LESBIAN SOCIAL SERVICES, 2020 https://doi.org/10.1080/10538720.2020.1752875
  • McNair, R, Andrews, C, Parkinson, S. & Dempsey, D. ‘LGBTQ Homelessness: Risks, Resilience, and Access to Services in Victoria – Final Report’, University of Melbourne 2017.  www.lgbtihomeless.org.au
  • McNair R, Andrews C, Wark A. Developing a model of care to support trans and gender diverse people experiencing homelessness – final report, 2018, University of Melbourne,  at URL www.lgbtihomeless.org.au
  • Leonard, W. and Mann, R. (2018) The everyday experience of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) people living with disability, No.111 GLHV@ARCSHS, La Trobe University: Melbourne.  www.latrobe.edu.au/arcshs/publications?queries_subject_query=LGBTI+community
  • www.lgbtihomeless.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/GALFA-TGD-inclusive-practice-pilot-Final-report__.pdf