Description of impactTasmanian Parliament HANSARD 6.9.21 cited Prof Jones’ study with La Trobe University collaborators which “found that one in twenty LGBTIQA+ youths in Australia have undergone conversion practices and the study also found that of those LGBTIQA+ youths who underwent conversion practices, they are at higher risk of psychological stress, mental health conditions, self-harm and up to four times more likely to have PTSD and to have attempted suicide than other LGBTIQA+ youths" (p.100). This was used in a question on the need for policy response, given LGBTIQA+ Tasmanians have undergone conversion practices, or are at risk of undergoing conversion practices, and that there will be a significant impact on their mental health as a result of these.
|Impact date||6 Sep 2021|
|Category of impact||Policy impacts|
Documents & Links
Writing themselves in 4: experience of sexuality and/or gender conversion practice among LGBTQ young people in Australia: response to data request
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