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Educational Resources

Challenging Neo-Colonialism and Essentialism: Incorporating Hybridity into New Conceptualizations of Settlement Service Delivery with Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans, and Queer Immigrant Young People

Challenging Neo-Colonialism and Essentialism: Incorporating Hybridity into New Conceptualizations of Settlement Service Delivery with Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans, and Queer Immigrant Young People.

Introduction to Understanding LGBTQ Newcomers by Among Friends

Introduction to Understanding LGBTQ Newcomers is a presentation by Among Friends Project. Among Friends was formed as a multi-year collaborative initiative between Access Alliance Multicultural Health and Community Services, the 519 Church Street Community Centre, and CultureLink. 

The attached presentation includes:

OUTline at the University of Guelph

OUTline is an anonymous and confidential resource and support service specializing in questions about sexual orientation and gender identity. OUTline serves the University of Guelph and surrounding community. Services include online support through blog and live chat, awareness activities and training sessions, and links to resources in the Guelph area. 

https://askoutline.wordpress.com/about/

Issues Commonly Experienced by LGBTQ+ Newcomers / Settlement Concerns

This resource sheet is intended for settlement workers in Ontario. It briefly lists a number of different topics to take into consideration when serving LGBTQ+ newcomers, and includes links to resources where you can access more information and assistance regarding specific topics.