The 2015 SEXrurality conference was attended by over 140 delegates, focused on showcasing rural innovations and achievements in sexual health via presentations, interactive discussions and yarning circles, The first day focused on sexual ethics, sexuality education and sexuality and relationships. The second day focused on the sexual health of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, and sexual health research.
The conference was organised around four main streams:
- Ethics, culture and relationships in rural sexual health
- Developing innovative service systems for rural sexual health
- Community engagement in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander sexual health and well-being
- Sexual health research involving rural communities
Below you will find a video snapshot of the conference along with presentations from the invited speakers.
SEXrurality 2015 – Showcasing rural innovations and achievements in sexual health
Highlights from the SEXrurality 2015 conference
Associate Professor Jane Tomnay
Overview of the work of CERSH -Where are we now
Professor Moira Carmody
Transforming Sexuality Cultures through Sexual Ethics
Associate Professor Mary Lou Rasmussen
Faith and progressive sexuality education: Unsettling associations
Dr Maria Pallotta-Chiarolli
Border Sexualities and Relationships: Beyond the Binaries of Ethnic/Non-ethnic and Gay/Straight
Professor Kerry Arabena
Preconception: A Time to Make Equity Gains?
Approaches to Engaging Hard-to-Reach Young People around Sexual Health
Black Border Ensemble
What we really think