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Pride Yarns


  • The overall aim of Pride Yarns is to support a community-led program where Aboriginal LGBTQA+ young people (14-25 years) can come to local services (the Youth Pride Network, Yorgum Healing Services, and Wungening Aboriginal Corporation) to yarn about culture, sexuality and gender with their Elders and community leaders.

Research Methods

The project consists of 3 phases.

Phase 1: Co-design the Pride Yarns intervention for implementation at multiple community settings in Perth.

Phase 2: Pilot the Pride Yarns intervention and assess the acceptability, demand for, and suitability of the intervention for increasing feelings of acceptance, beliefs that Aboriginal and LGBTQA+ identities can coexist, and improving the SEWB in Aboriginal LGBTQA+ youth participants. 

Phase 3: Develop an evidence-based toolkit for up-scaling, implementing, and assessing the Pride Yarns intervention across Australia.




This project has been developed in consultation with our supporting organisations, and two governance groups representing community perspectives.


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If you're interested in participating in the study, click here for more information.

Click here to read some of the excellent work we've published

If you'd like to see some of the work that's come out of this project check out our results so far.

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