Associate Professor Tiffany Jones

Associate Professor, Contextual Studies in Education - School of Education

Tiffany Jones

Phone: +61 2 6773 3847

Email: tiffany.jones@une.edu.au

Biography

Dr Tiffany Jones researches and publishes on GLBTIQ issues in education, education policy, homophobic bullying, youth wellbeing and suicide, sexuality education, values education, health and social policy, and legislative change. Key projects have been supported by organisations including the ARC, UNESCO and beyondblue for example. Outcomes from her projects can be found in Understanding Education Policy (Springer), and several other peer-reviewed books and publications. Dr Jones has liaised with UNESCO, and various international and local/ state government and non-government organisations, on policy development around GLBTIQ issues. She sits on the editorial board of the peer-reviewed journal LGBT Health, from Mary Ann Liebert Inc., and is an active peer-reviewer for various education, health and sociology journals. She has received a range of awards including various postgraduate scholarships, the Griffith University Medal, the Association for Women Educators Award for Girls' Education, the ATLAS International Institute for Qualitative Methodology Highly Commended Dissertation Award and various research/ travel awards. She supervises research students studying diverse topics.

Qualifications

BCA Macquarie University, BEd (Hons 1) Griffith University,
PhD La Trobe University

Memberships

Global Network on Homophobic and Transphobic Bullying in Schools

Awards

2014 - UNE Teaching Commendation.
2013 - UNE Teaching Commendation.
2012 - ATLAS International Institute for Qualitative Methodology "Highly Commended" Dissertation Award.
2011 - Australasian Sexual Health Conference (ASHM) Scholarship.
2011 - La Trobe Postgrad Award for Conference Presentation.
2009 - La Trobe Postgrad Award for Online Textual Analysis.
2009 (10/11) - Awarded APA PHD Research Scholarship.
2008 - Association for Women Educators Award for Girls' Education.
2006 - The Griffith University Medal Recipient.

Consultancy Interests

Education policy and school support features on GLBTIQ issues, bullying, student wellbeing.
Sexuality education theories and practices.

Teaching Areas

EDCX246 - Society and Education

Research Interests

Gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, intersex and queer issues in education
Education policy - theory, practice, impacts
Youth/Student health and wellbeing
Sexuality education
Comparative education
Comparative social policy, legislation and human rights

Grants

*Forthcoming 2016-8 $337K ARC DECRA – more info when arranged.

2015-6 $27K UNESCO Consultancy – for aid in work addressing SRGBV, Homophobic & Transphobic Violence in Vietnamese School Systems. Consultation Project (Jones). Funding of $27,000 through UNESCO Bangkok.

2015 $5.5K UNE SSP Travel and Accommodation Grant – for GLBTIQ issues in International Education Policies and Programs. Exploratory Research Project & Publishing Work (Jones, UNE). Funding of $5,500 through UNE, SSP Committee.

2015 $10K UNE Seed Grant – for Using Southern Theory for Global Sexual Rights Policy in Education. Exploratory Research Project (Jones, UNE). Funding of $10,000 through UNE, URS.

2014-5 $50K MATSITI Grant – for Exit Survey for Indigenous Students. Exploratory Research Project (Jones and Takayama, UNE). Funding of approx. $50,000 through (to be delivered 2014).

2014 $19K UNE Seed Grant – for Developing a Framework for Understanding Transnational GLBTIQ Education Rights Movements. Exploratory Research Project (Jones, UNE). Funding of $19,000 through UNE, URS (to be delivered 2014).

2013-5 $40K QUT, Origins Foundation, Social Ventures Australia Grant (from 2013) – for Exceptional Teachers for Disadvantaged Schools Program. Applied Research Project (led by Lampert and Burnett, QUT; including Jones and Takayama, UNE and 6 universities in total). Funding derived from a total of $2mil over 3.5 years through QUT/ SVA/ Origin Foundation.

2013-4 $200K+ beyondblue National Research Priority Driven Grant (2012 Round) – for From Blues to Rainbows: The mental health needs of young people with diverse gender identities. Exploratory Research Project (Hillier & Mitchell, La Trobe and Jones, UNE). Funding of $200,902 (2013-4) through beyondblue.

2013 $10K+ UNE Partnerships Early Career Development Grant.Travel and Research Support (Jones, UNE). Funding of $10,000 (2013) through UNE Partnerships.

2013 UNE School of Education Internal Research Grant for Out/in Front. Development of Exploratory Research Project (Jones, UNE; Harris, Monash; Gray, RMIT). Funding of over $2K (2013) through School of Education, UNE.

2013 Travel Grant/ sponsorship for the 4th International Conference on Human Rights Education by Soochow University, Taipei. Full funding of accommodation.

2013 Travel Grant/ sponsorship for the No 2 Bullying Conference, Gold Coast, by the President Brisbane PFLAG. Full funding of travel.

2013 Travel Grant/ sponsorship for the Australian Education Union Teachers Conference, Adelaide, by the Australian Education Union. Full funding of travel, accommodation and meals.

2012 Travel Grant/ sponsorship for the FEAST Conference, Adelaide, by the Australian Education Union. Full funding of travel, accommodation and meals.

2012 Travel Grant/ sponsorship for the National Safe Schools Symposium Dinner, Melbourne, by Foundation of Young Australians, Safe School Coalition Victoria and Gay and Lesbian Health Victoria. Full funding of travel, accommodation and meals.

2012 Travel Grant/ sponsorship for the Youth Health Forum by the NSW Multidisciplinary Health Organising Committee - NSW Dept of Health, NSW Dept of Education, National Association for Youth Health and Twenty 10. Full funding of travel and accommodation.

2012 Travel Grant/ sponsorship for the First Colloquium on Challenging Homophobia and Transphobia in South African Schools and Promoting Good Practice by GALA and UNESCO. Full funding of travel to Africa, meals, expenses and accommodation (approx. $6K).

2012 Travel Grant/ sponsorship for the WA Challenging Sexuality and Gender-based Bullying in Schools Event by the Equal Opportunity Commission. Full funding of travel and accommodation.

2012 UNE School of Education International Conference Funding Grant (2012 Round) – for Including GLBTIQ Student Rights in 'Human' Rights Education. Conference Travel to Krakow Poland (Jones, UNE). Funding of $4,000 (2012) through School of Education, UNE.

2011 UNESCO Conference Funding Grant – for Including GLBTIQ Student Rights in 'Human' Rights Education. Conference Travel to Rio de Janeiro Brazil (Jones, La Trobe). Funding of travel/ attendance through UNESCO.

2011 ASHM Australasian Sexual Health 'Sex in the City' Conference Grant – for The sexuality education of Australian GLBTIQ youth. Conference Attendance in Canberra Australia (Jones, La Trobe). Full funding of conference attendance paid through ASHM.

2011 La Trobe Faculty of Health Sciences Postgraduate Support Grant (2011 Round) – for The sexuality education of Australian GLBTIQ youth. Conference Travel to Canberra Australia (Jones, La Trobe). Full funding of travel paid through La Trobe.

2011 Travel Grant/ sponsorship for the WA Anti-homophobia Policy Consultation hosted by the Equal Opportunity Commission WA and WA AIDS Council. Full funding of travel and accommodation.

2009 La Trobe Faculty of Health Sciences Postgraduate Support Grant (2009 Round) – for Textual Analysis Tools for "Sexual Subjects" project. Leximancer and other tools (Jones, La Trobe). Full funding of research tools paid through La Trobe.

2007 Griffith School of Education Research Internship Grant (2006/7 Round) – for The Development of a Values Approach to School Renewal. Completed methodological literature review and literature review for a successful ARC Linkage project for Dr Ray Brown during internship. Full internship paid through Griffith University.

Publications

Research Publications

Peer-reviewed Academic Books

Jones, T., Carpenter, M., Hart, B., Ansara, G., Leonard, W. and Lucke, J. (2016). Intersex: Stories and Statistics from Australia. Open Book Publishers: London. ISBN Paperback: 9781783742080; ISBN Hardback: 9781783742097; ISBN Digital (PDF): 9781783742103; ISBN Digital ebook (epub): 9781783742110; ISBN Digital ebook (mobi): 9781783742127. DOI: 10.11647/OBP.0089.

Jones, T. (2015). Policy and Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex Students. Springer: Cham, Heidelberg, New York, Dordrecht and London. ISBN 978-3-319-11990-8 (Hard Copy) ISBN 978-3-319-11991-5 (eBook).

Jones, T., del Pozo De Bolger, A., Dunne, T., Lykins, A. and Hawkes, G. (2015). Female-to-Male (FtM) Transgender People's Experiences in Australia. Cham, Switzerland: Springer. ISBN 978-3-319-13829-9 (eBook);  978-3-319-13828-2 (Soft Copy).

Smith, E., Jones, T., Ward, R., Dixon, J., Mitchell, A., Hillier, L., (2014). From Blues to Rainbows: The mental health and wellbeing of gender diverse and transgender young people in Australia. ARCSHS, La Trobe University: Melbourne. ISBN 978-1-9219156-2-8.

Jones, T. (2013). Understanding Education Policy. Dordrecht: Springer. ISBN 978-94-007-6264-0 (Hard Copy) ISBN 978-94-007-6265-7 (eBook).

Hillier, L., Jones, T., Monagle, M., Overton, N., Gahan, L., Blackmen, J. and Mitchell, A. (2010). Writing Themselves In Three. ARCSHS, La Trobe University: Melbourne. ISBN 978-1-9213779-2-1.

Edited Books

Gahan, L. & Jones, T. (Eds)(2013). Heaven Bent: Australian lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex experiences of faith, religion and spirituality. Clouds of Magellan: Melbourne. ISBN 978-17-429-8354-7.

Peer-reviewed Book Chapters

Jones, T. (2015). Lesbians and gays in education. Gerber, P. (Ed). Worldwide Perspective on Gays, Lesbians and Bisexuals: History, Culture and Law. New York: Praeger Press.

Jones, T., Fileborn, B. and Minichiello, V., (2015*). LGBT Households. In Lieu, Edgar and Easthope, Hazel (Eds). Living Together: The Rise of Multigenerational Households in Australian Cities. Ashgate: *. Pp. ****. (forthcoming)

Jones, T., and Hillier, L. (2015**). Bisexual Students: Policies and practices. Bisexuality in Education: Erasure, Exclusion and the Absence of Intersectionality. Routledge: London.pp. ****.  Accepted 14 January 2015.

Jones, T. (2016). Female-to-Male (FtM) Transgender Employees. In Köllen, Thomas (Ed). Sexual Orientation and Transgender Issues in Organizations – Global Perspectives on LGBT Workforce Diversity. Springer: Vienna. Pp. ****. (Accepted 21.08.14, Due April 1 2015)

Jones, T. and Lasser, Jon. (2015*). School Psychology and Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex Youth. In Thielking, Monica and Terjesen, Mark (Eds). Handbook On Australian School Psychology: Bridging the Gaps in International Research, Practice, and Policy. Springer: Dordrecht. pp.*** Accepted 12.06.14

Jones, T. (2015*). ‘Transnational Trends in Sexuality Education Discourses’. In James Ponzetti Jr (ed) Evidence Based Approaches to Sexuality Education: A Global Perspective. Routledge Taylor & Francis Group: London.*Accepted, final submitted.

Jones, T. & Hillier, L. (2015*) The Australian Context: Turning Research into Policies, Policies into Research, in Horn, Stacey (Ed). Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity, and Schooling: The nexus of research, practice and policy. Frances McClelland Institute: Arizona * forthcoming.

Jones, T. (2014). Impacts of Australian Policies on LGBTIQ Human Rights. In Human Rights Education in Asia-Pacific. Plantilla, J. R. (Ed). Asia-Pacific Human Rights Education Center: Osaka, Japan. pp.203-222.

Harris, A. and Jones, T. (2014). Trans Teacher Experiences and the Failure of Visibility. In Queer Teachers, Identity and Performativity. Harris, A & Gray E. (Eds). Palgrave Macmillan: London. pp.11-28. Doi: 10.1057/9781137441928, ISBN: 978-1-137-44193-5 EPUB, ISBN: 978-1-137-44192-8 PDF, ISBN: 978-1-137-44191-1 Hardback

Gahan, L. & Jones, T. (2013). From Clashes to Coexistence. In Gahan, L. & Jones, T. (Ed.s) Heaven Bent: Australian lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex experiences of faith, religion and spirituality. Clouds of Magellan: Melbourne (pp.xxi-xxviii). ISBN 978-17-429-8354-7.

Jones, T. (2013). It’s all relatives. In Gahan, L. & Jones, T. (Ed.s) Heaven Bent: Australian lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex experiences of faith, religion and spirituality. Clouds of Magellan: Melbourne (pp.97-100). ISBN 978-17-429-8354-7.

Jones, T. (2013). Damned if you do? LGBTI students and religious sexuality education. In Gahan, L. & Jones, T. (Ed.s) Heaven Bent: Australian lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex experiences of faith, religion and spirituality. Clouds of Magellan: Melbourne (pp. 221-237). ISBN 978-17-429-8354-7.

Jones, T. (2013). Including GLBTIQ Rights in "Human' Rights. in (Eds Krzystof Mazur, Piotr Musiewicz and Bogdan Szlachta). Promoting Changes in Times of Transition and Crisis: Reflections on Human Rights Education. Ksiegarnia Akademicka: Krakow. pp.137-158. ISBN: 978-83-7638-365-1.

Jones, T. & Goddard, D. (2013). Homophobic Bullying in Queensland Schools. In No 2 Bullying. Nerang: Australian & New Zealand Mental Health Association, pp. 38-45. http://no2bullying.org.au/2013/proceedings.pdf

Jones, T. (2011). ‘Tying the K(NOT)!’ In V. Marsh (Ed.), Speak Now: Australian perspectives on same-sex marriage (pp.105-111). Melbourne: Clouds of Magellan. ISBN 978-0-9807120-9-4. http://www.cloudsofmagellan.net/Speak_Now.html

Jones, T. and Hillier, L. (2011). ‘On my 50 year anniversary I want a letter from the queen’. In V. Marsh (Ed.), Speak Now: Australian perspectives on same-sex marriage (pp.84-96). Melbourne: Clouds of Magellan. ISBN 978-0-9807120-9-4. http://www.cloudsofmagellan.net/Speak_Now.html

Peer-reviewed Journal Articles

Jones, T., Smith, E., Ward, R., Dixon, J., Hillier, L. and Mitchell, A. (2015). Transgender and Gender Diverse Students. Sex Education: Sexuality, Society and Learning. http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/pdf/10.1080/14681811.2015.1080678

Jones, T. (2015). Comparing rural and urban education contexts for GLBTIQ students. Australian and International Journal of Rural Education. 25 (2). Pp. 44-55. http://www.jtlge.curtin.edu.au/index.php/aijre/article/viewFile/149/92

Jones, T. (2015*) Collaborating for Interstate and International Policy Development.  Journal of LGBT Youth Special Issue – International Perspectives on Homophobic and Transphobic Bullying in Schools. Vol (Iss). pp.*** Accepted 12.06.14.

del Pozo de Bolger , A., Jones, T., Dunstan, D. and Lykins, A. (2014). Australian Transmen: Development, Sexuality and Mental Health. Australian Psychologist. 49(6). Pp.395-402. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/ap.12094/abstract

Jones, T., Hillier, L. and Hendry, N. (2014*). Homophobic abuse of same sex attracted and gender questioning youth. LGBT Health. * forthcoming.

Jones, T., Hillier, L. and Hendry, N. (2014*). Self-discovery: first realisations of same-sex attracted and gender questioning youth. LGBT Health. * forthcoming.

Gray, E, Harris, A. and Jones, T. (2015). Australian LGBTQ teachers, exclusionary spaces and points of interruption. Sexualities. Vol (Iss). pp.*** *Accepted 24.11.14.

Harris, A., Jones, T. and Gray, E, (2014*). Private Li/v/es in schools: Is teaching ‘out’, acting out?. British Journal of Sociology of Education *under review, A ranked 1300s journal.

Gahan, L., Jones, T. and Hillier, L. (2014). An Unresolved Journey: Religious Discourse and Same-sex Attracted and Gender Questioning Young People. The Social Scientific Study of Religion. 25(1). pp.202-229.

Jones, T. Gray, E., and Harris, A. (2014). GLBTIQ teachers in Australian education policy: protections, suspicions, and restrictions. Sex Education: Sexuality, Society and Learning. 14 (3). pp. 338-353.

Jones, T., and Hillier, L. (2014). The Erasure of Bisexual Students in Australian Education Policy and Practice. Journal of Bisexuality. 14 (1). pp. 53-74, http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/15299716.2014.872465.

Jones, T. and Mitchell, A. (2014). Young People and HIV Prevention in Australian Schools. AIDS Education and Prevention, 26 (3), pp. 224-233.

Jones, T. and Hillier, L. (2013). Comparing Trans-Spectrum and Same-sex Attracted Youth: Increased risks, increased activisms. LGBT Youth, 10 (4), pp. 287–307. http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/19361653.2013.825197?journalCode=wjly20#preview

Jones, T. (2013). How sex education research methodologies frame GLBTIQ students. Sex Education: Sexuality, Society and Learning, 13 (6), pp. 687-701. http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/pdf/10.1080/14681811.2013.806262

Jones, T. and Hillier, L (2012). Sexuality Education School Policy for GLBTIQ Students. Sex Education: Sexuality, Society and Learning, 12 (4), pp. 437-454. http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/14681811.2012.677211

Jones, T. (2011). Saving Rhetorical Children: Sexuality Education Discourses from Conservative to Post-modern. Sex Education: Sexuality, Society and Learning, 11(4), pp. 369-387. http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/14681811.2011.595229

Jones, T. (2011). A Sexuality Education Discourses Framework: Conservative, Liberal, Critical and Post-modern. American Journal of Sexuality Education. 6(2), pp.133-175. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/15546128.2011.571935

Jones, T. (2011). The Ashgate Research Companion to Queer Theory: identity, discourse, normativity, and relationality. Culture, Health & Sexuality, 13(3), pp.373-375. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/13691058.2010.524732

Jones, T. (2009). The Queer Joys of Sexless Marriage: Coupled Citizenship’s Hot Bed! Sextures, 1(1), http://o.b5z.net/i/u/10034758/i/Jones_Sexless_Marriage_Sextures_Volume_1_Issue_1_Enl.pdf

Jones, T. (2009). Shaping sexual knowledge: a cultural history of sex education in twentieth century Europe. Culture, Health & Sexuality, 12(1), pp.129-131.

Jones, T. (2009). Framing the framework: discourses in Australia’s national values education policy. Educational Research for Policy and Practice, 8(1), pp.35-57.

Jones, T. and Tyrell, K. (2009). Better Managing Homophobia. Teacher, 205 (October), pp.62-63.

Jones, T. (2007). Framing the Framework. In R. Brown, G. Finger & C. Rushton (Eds.), Education Research: Who needs it? (pp. 47-70). Teneriffe: Post Pressed.

Requested/ Commissioned Research Reports

Smith, E., Jones, T., Ward, R., Dixon, J., Mitchell, A., Hillier, L., (2014). From Blues to Rainbows: Research Summary (for beyondblue, governments and professionals). ARCSHS, La Trobe University: Melbourne. (3pgs).

Jones, T. (2013). Data Brief: Homophobic Bullying in Queensland Schools. Report submitted to Janet Berry of PFLAG and the Queensland Department of Education Training and Employment, Brisbane.

Jones, T. (2012). Discrimination and Bullying on the Grounds of Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity in Western Australian Education. Report submitted to Yvonne Henderson and the Western Australian Equal Opportunity Commission Education Policy Steering Committee, Perth.

Jones, T. (2012). Executive Summary: Discrimination and Bullying on the Grounds of Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity in Western Australian Education. Report Executive Summary submitted to Yvonne Henderson and the Western Australian Equal Opportunity Commission Education Policy Steering Committee, Perth.

Jones, T. (2012). Data Brief: the Tasmanian Education Context. Report submitted to Rodney Croome of the TGLRG and the Tasmanian Department of Education, Hobart.Requested/ Commissioned Research Reports

Submissions and Invited Submissions to Australian Senate Legislative Inquiries

Jones, T. (2013). Advance Australia, Fairer: A Submission to the Inquiry by the Senate Legal and Constitutional Affairs Committee on the Sex Discrimination Amendment (Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity, and Intersex Status) Bill 2013.

Australian Parliament: Canberra. http://www.aph.gov.au/Parliamentary_Business/Committees/Senate_Committees?url=legcon_ctte/sex_discrim_sexual_orientation/submissions.htm

Jones, T. (2012). Minding Our GLBs and TIQs: A Submission to the Inquiry by the Senate Legal and Constitutional Affairs Committee on the Exposure Draft of the Human Rights and Anti-discrimination Bill 2012. Australian Parliament: Canberra. http://www.aph.gov.au/Parliamentary_Business/Committees/Senate_Committees?url=legcon_ctte/anti_discrimination_2012/submissions.htm

Work Cited in Polity Development Processes in Australian Federal and State Senate Legislative Inquiries/ Reports/ Policy Statements

OII (2015). Response to NSW MP Alex Greenwich's inquiry on sterilisation – Discussion Paper: Removing surgical requirement for changes to birth certificates. OII: Newtown. 23.8.15.

The Australian Human Rights Commission (2015). Resilient Individuals: Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity & Intersex Rights: National consultation report. The Australian Human Rights Commission: Sydney. ISBN 978-1-921449-71-0.

The Senate Legal and Constitutional Affairs Legislation Committee (2013). Report on the Sex Discrimination Amendment (Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity and Intersex Status) Bill 2013 [Provisions] Department of the Senate. Canberra, Parliament House. (see p.15, p. 37, p.47 etc. The research provided definitions, data on relevant school systems and so on in legislation.) http://www.aph.gov.au/

The Senate Legal and Constitutional Affairs Legislation Committee (2013). Report on the Exposure Draft of the Human Rights and Anti-Discrimination Bill 2012. Department of the Senate. Canberra, Parliament House. (see p.19, p. 20, p.23, p.65, p.121 etc. The research was used to inform definitions, the reduction of exemptions and so on in legislation.) http://www.aph.gov.au/Parliamentary_Business/Committees/Senate_Committees?url=legcon_ctte/anti_discrimination_2012/report/c05.htm

Hon Carl Judge (2013). Equality. QLD Parliament Record of Proceedings/ Hansard. 20.03.2013.  (see p.827). http://www.parliament.qld.gov.au/documents/hansard/2013/2013_03_20_WEEKLY.pdf#xml=http://www.parliament.qld.gov.au/internetsearch/isysquery/2ebcacdf-38f2-4bfe-9945-e0d8dc7d46ae/1/hilite/

Hon Lynn MacLaren, Hon Peter Collier, et al. (2012). Homophobic Bullying Motion. Hansard 29.03.12. Perth, Western Australian Parliamentary Council: 1533d-1545a. http://www.parliament.wa.gov.au/Hansard/hansard.nsf/0/536dd0199cc3222a482579d4001c6538/$FILE/C38%20S1%2020120329%20p1533d-1545a.pdf

Hon Lynn MacLaren and Hon Peter Collier (2012). Schools — Homophobic Bullying. Hansard 20.03.12. Perth, Western Australian Parliamentary Council: 805d-806a.

Barr, A. (2011). Confronting homophobia in schools. Hon Andrew Barr Website. Braddon, Australian Labor Party (ACT Branch). * ACT schools initiatives developed in response.

ABC News (2011). New program to tackle homophobia in schools. ABC News Online, The ABC. A government program "Proud Schools" was developed using the research to tackle homophobia in high schools, and rolled out across New South Wales.

Hopkins, O. (2011). Win For NUS: NSW State Government Pledges $250,000 to Combat Homophobia in Schools. News. B. Colless, National Union of Students.  *NSW State Education Minister Verity Firth said that according to research, 20% of LGBTIQ students have experienced physical abuse because of queerphobia.

Noonan, A. (2011). Anti-homophobia initiative welcomed. News, Victoria, Star Online, Sydney Star Observer. *In response to the research, the Victorian Baillieu Government allocated $4 million to initiatives to prevent suicide and self-harm in same-sex attracted young people, and $80K to the Safe Schools Coalition Victoria.

Recent Conference Papers, Policy Consultations and Workshops

Rahn, A., Lykins A, Bennett C & Jones, T. (2015). Opening a Can of Worms: Consenting Partners in Aged Care. 14th National Conference of Emerging Researchers in Ageing. National Ageing Research Institute (NARI), Melbourne University, 6th December.

Jones, T… (2015). Students with intersex variations. Workshop for the Australian Safe Schools Coalition and Victorian Safe Schools Coalition, Australian Research Centre in Sex health and Society, Melbourne, 20th August.

Jones, T…. (2015). People with Intersex Variations. Seminar. ARCSHS: Melbourne. Mon 7th Sept.

Jones, T., Carpenter, M., Hart, B. and Ansara, A. (2015). Intersex study: preliminary demographics and wellbeing data. Plenary presentation at the Androgen Insensitivity Syndrome Support Group Australia National Conference, Brisbane, 8th August.

Jones, T. (2015). EDCX246: University Unit for pre-service Teachers. Poster presented at the UNESCO Asia-Pacific Consultation on School-Related Bullying on the basis of Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity/ Expression. Bangkok, Thailand, 15th-17th June.

Jones, T. (2015). Female-to-male transgender People’s Experiences in Australia: Education findings. Poster presented at the UNESCO Asia-Pacific Consultation on School-Related Bullying on the basis of Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity/ Expression. Bangkok, Thailand, 15th-17th June.

Jones, T. (2015). From Blues to Rainbows: The mental health and wellbeing of gender diverse and transgender young people in Australia. Poster presented at the UNESCO Asia-Pacific Consultation on School-Related Bullying on the basis of Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity/ Expression. Bangkok, Thailand, 15th-17th June.

Jones, T. (2015). Out/in front study of GLBTIQ Teachers in Australia. Poster presented at the UNESCO Asia-Pacific Consultation on School-Related Bullying on the basis of Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity/ Expression. Bangkok, Thailand, 15th-17th June.

Jones, T. (2015). Policy & Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender & Intersex Students. Poster presented at the UNESCO Asia-Pacific Consultation on School-Related Bullying on the basis of Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity/ Expression. Bangkok, Thailand, 15th-17th June.

Jones, T. (2015). Plenary Panel Interview: Policies and laws to prevent and respond to school bullying and violence on the basis of SOGI/E. Presented at the UNESCO Asia-Pacific Consultation on School-Related Bullying on the basis of Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity/ Expression. Bangkok, Thailand, 15th June.

Jones, T. (2015). Australian developments for GLBTIQ students. Paper to be presented at the UNESCO Asia-Pacific Consultation on School-Related Bullying on the basis of Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity/ Expression. Bangkok, Thailand, 15th-17th June.

Jones, T. (2015). Australian developments for GLBTIQ students. Paper to be presented at the UNESCO Asia-Pacific Consultation on School-Related Bullying on the basis of Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity/ Expression. Bangkok, Thailand, 15th-17th June.

Jones, T. (2014). Comparing rural and urban education contexts for GLBTIQ students. Paper presentated at the 30th National Society for the Provision of Education in Rural Australia Inc. Conference presented at the University of New England, Armidale, Wednesday 1st October.

Jones, T. (2014). Keynote: Changing our/ their focus from Blues to Rainbows: The mental health needs of gender diverse and transgender young people. ARCSHS, La Trobe University, Melbourne, Tuesday 23rd September.

Jones, T. (2014). Keynote: A Reimagined Approach to Relationships and Sexuality Education. Masterclass Brisbane Catholic Education Speaker Series: Wisdom, Inspiration, Scholarship and Ethos, Auditorium, O'Shea Centre, Lovedale St, Wilston Thursday 15th May. http://extranetportal.bne.catholic.edu.au/re/EDigest%20Document%20Library/Masterclass%20Speaker%20Series%20A4%20flyer%20Tiffany%20Jones.pdf

Jones, T. (2014). GLBTIQ Students: From objects to activists in Sexual Health. Symposium: Sex, Drugs and Youth at Promises and Limitations. The 13th Social Research Conference on HIV, Hepatitis C and Related Diseases presented at the Centre for Social Research in Health, UNSW, Sydney, Thursday 20th February.

Jones, T. (2013). The Impacts of Australian Policies on LGBTIQ Student Rights. The 4th International Conference on Human Rights Education. Soochow University, Taipei. 22nd – 23rd Nov.

Gray, E, Jones, T. and Harris, A. (2013). Out/In Front: Queer Teachers in Australia, Paper presented at the European Conference on Educational Research 2013, Istanbul. Bahçeşehir University, Thursday 12th September.

Jones, T. (2013). Policy/ Laws in Kosciw, J. G. & Pizmony-Levy, O. (2013). Fostering a Global Dialogue about LGBT Youth and Schools: Proceedings from a Meeting of the Global Network Combating Homophobic and Transphobic Prejudice and Violence in Schools Sponsored by GLSEN & UNESCO. New York: GLSEN.

Jones, T. (2013). Collaborating for Interstate and International Policy Development. XV Comparative Education World Congress WCCES2013. Facultad de Ciencias Económicas de la Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina. June 24 - 28.

Jones, T. and Goddard, D. (2013). Homophobic Bullying in QLD Schools. The No 2 Bullying Conference - Managing the Impacts of Bullying: Prevention, Policy and Practice. The Outrigger, Gold Coast. 22nd – 23rd May.

Jones, T. (2013) Keynote Presentation: LGBTI Issues in Schools. Keynote paper to be presented at the Australian Education Union Teachers Conference, Adelaide, hosted by Australian Education Union at the AEU Conference Room, Friday 15 March.

Jones, T. (2012) Including GLBTQ Student Rights in "Human" Rights Education. Paper to be presented at the Third International Conference on Human Rights Education (HRE) 'Promoting Changes in Times of Transition and Crisis', Krakow Poland, hosted by the Jagiellonian University, 6th-10th December.

Jones, T. (2012) Keynote Presentation: Standing up for LGBTI people in Schools. Keynote paper to be presented at the Australian Education Union FEAST Conference, Adelaide, hosted by Australian Education Union at the AEU Conference Room, Saturday 24 November.

Jones, T. (2012) Keynote Address: Sexual and Gender Diversity in Schools. Keynote Plenary paper to be presented at the National Safe Schools Symposium: Creating Schools Free of Homophobia and Transphobia, Melbourne, hosted at the William Angliss Institute by Foundation of Young Australians, Safe School Coalition Victoria and Gay and Lesbian Health Victoria, Saturday 20 October.

Jones, T. (2012) Why Support Sexual and Gender Diversity in Schools? Keynote paper to be presented at the National Safe Schools Symposium Dinner, Melbourne, hosted at the National Australian Bank by NAB, Foundation of Young Australians, Safe School Coalition Victoria and Gay and Lesbian Health Victoria, Friday 19 October.

Jones, T. (2012) The Health & Wellbeing of Same Sex Attracted Youth. Paper to be presented at the Youth Health Forum at the Westmede Hospital, Sydney, hosted by the NSW Multidisciplinary Health Organising Committee - NSW Dept of Health, NSW Dept of Education, National Association for Youth Health and Twenty 10, Wednesday 12 September.

Jones, T. (2012). Tips for Creating & Implementing Policies Against Homophobia and Transphobia. Workshop Paper presented at the First Colloquium on Challenging Homophobia and Transphobia in South African Schools and Promoting Good Practice at the University of Johannesburg, Johannesburg, hosted by GALA and CERT (6th-7th Sept), Friday 7 September.

Jones, T. (2012). Homophobic Bullying: Australian Solutions. Keynote Address Paper presented at the First Colloquium on Challenging Homophobia and Transphobia in South African Schools and Promoting Good Practice at the University of Johannesburg, Johannesburg, hosted by GALA and CERT (6th-7th Sept), Thursday 6 September.

Jones, T. (2012) Homophobic Bullying: Problems, policies, strategies. Paper presented at the WA Challenging Sexuality and Gender-based Bullying in Schools Event at the Atrium Theatrette, Perth, hosted by the Equal Opportunity Commission WA Education Policy Steering Committee, Friday 16 March.

Jones, T. (2012). After Homosexual… came debates over "bullying victims" in education policy. Paper to be presented at the After Homosexual: The Legacy of Gay Liberation Conference, Melbourne, Thursday 2 February – Saturday 4 September.

Jones, T. (2011) The State (by state) of Policy for Australian GLBTIQ Students. Paper presented at the WA Anti-homophobia Policy Consultation hosted by the Equal Opportunity Commission WA and WA AIDS Council, Perth, Friday 16 December.

Jones, T. (2011). Developing and Enforcing Policies to Address Homophobic Bullying in Educational Institutions. Paper presented at the First International Policy Consultation on Homophobic Bullying in Educational Institutions, Rio de Janiero, Brazil, Tuesday 6 December – Friday 9 September.

Jones, T. (2011). Joining Forces: Professional Partnerships for Practice-based Education in Policing. Paper presented at the Practice-based Education Research Session, The Education for Practice Institute, Charles Sturt University, Sydney, Monday 28 November.

Jones, T. (2011). Textual Analysis: some tools and techniques. Paper presented at the Research Higher Degree Staff and Students Workshop, The Education for Practice Institute, Charles Sturt University, Sydney, Wednesday 2 November.

Jones, T. and Hillier, L. (2011). The Sexuality Education of Australian GLBTIQ Youth: Messages, Usefulness, Recommendations. Paper presented at the Symposium 'Meeting the Needs of Specific Population Groups' for the Sex in the (capital) City: Australasian Sexual Health Conference, Canberra, Wednesday 28 September – Friday 30 September.

Jones, T. (2011). Australian Education Policies and GLBTIQ Students: Health Links, Usefulness, Recommendations. Paper presented at the 6th Annual Emerging Health

Policy Research Conference, Menzies Centre for Health Policy, Sydney, Wednesday 17 August.

Jones, T. and Lyons, A. (2010). Writing and Publishing Articles. Workshop presented to HDR Students, The Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health and Society, La Trobe University, Melbourne, Thursday 12 May.

Jones, T. (2009). Visual grammar: how to analyse it. Workshop presented to All Staff and HDR Students, The Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health and Society, La Trobe University, Melbourne, Wednesday 8 July.

Jones, T. (2006). Australia's Values Education Movement. Paper presented at the Inaugural Research Higher Degrees Conference, Griffith University, Gold Coast, November 19.

Jones, T. (2006). The Need for Professional Development for Teachers on Values Education. Paper presented at the Values Education Forum, Centre for Professional Development, Griffith University School of Education and Professional Studies, Gold Coast, November 6.

Acknowledged contributions to literature reviews for other publications

Hillier, L., Mitchell, K. & Ybarra, M. (2012*) The Internet as a safety net: Findings from a series of online focus groups with LGB and non-LGB young people in the U.S. Journal of LGBT Youth. *Accepted.

Hillier, L. (2010). Plenary: When Young Hearts Flutter – Practices of desire and care of the self in adolescence. Australasian Sexual Health Conference, Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre, Sydney, October 19. http://secure.ashm.org.au/ei/viewpdf.esp?id=59&file=d%3A%5CAmlink%5CEventwin%5Cdocs%5Cpdf%5CC10ASFinal00904%2Epdf

Leonard, W., Marshall, D., Hillier, L., Mitchell, A., & Ward, R. (2010). Beyond Homophobia: Meeting the Needs of Same-sex Attracted and Gender Questioning (SSAGQ) Young People in Victoria - a Policy Blueprint. Melbourne: Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health and Society.

Non-Traditional Research Outputs

Dunne, Tinashe, Hawkes, G. and Jones, T. (2013). Sexuality-based Prejudice and Discrimination. EduOne: Armidale. http://www.eduone.net.au/module/sexuality-based-prejudice-and-discrimination/

Jones, T. (2013). Why Queensland schools are failing gay students. The Conversation. 25.02.13. http://theconversation.edu.au/why-queensland-schools-are-failing-gay-students-12394

Jones, T. (2012). Sexual subjects: GLBTIQ student subjectivities in Australian education policy [PhD Thesis]. ARCSHS, La Trobe: Melbourne. http://hdl.handle.net/1959.9/200503

Australian Human Rights Commission (2013). Homophobic Bullying [video for Australian teachers based on my research]. Kate Kozakos/ The Explainers (Producer): Sydney. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WDUXP2ZW1Yk

Other Media/ Interviews (or mentions of my work or team work)

Gorman, Ginger (2015). How Do We Stop Transgender Children Being Bullied At School? Huffington Post. Accessed 24.8.15. Accessed at: http://www.huffingtonpost.com.au/ginger-gorman/how-do-we-stop-transgende_b_8018928.html?utm_hp_ref=australia

Fei-Hsin, Huang. (2015). Dr Tiffany Jones on The impacts of Australian policies on LGBTIQ student rights. Gender Equity Education Quarterly, June 2015, Taiwan Ministry of Education. pp. 66-70.

Nance Haxton (24.07.15) ABC Radio Current Affairs National. 2x Walkley winning journalist. Interview with Dr Tiffany Jones on From Blues to Rainbows. http://www.abc.net.au/pm/content/2015/s4280400.htm

Noto, Olivia (2015). Safe Schools joins UN meeting to challenge homophobic and transphobic school bullying. Safe Schools Coalition Australia: Melbourne. Accessed 30.6.15. Accessed at: http://www.safeschoolscoalition.org.au/countries-acrossasia-pacific-unite-against-homophobic-and-transphobic-bullying-in-schools

FM Radio Dr Tiffany Jones, senior researcher, University of New England, intersex survey.12 Jun 2015 7:34AM * ABC Riverina, Wagga Wagga (07:30 News)hosted by Newsreader. Brief: Local Radio & TV * Duration: 0 mins 43 secs * Market: NSW * Country: Australia * Item ID: W00062068075

FM Radio Dr Tiffany Jones, senior researcher, University of New England, intersex survey interview. 12 Jun 2015 8:33AM * ABC Riverina, Wagga Wagga (08:30 News) hosted by Newsreader. Brief: Local Radio & TV * Duration: 0 mins 49 secs * Market: NSW * Country: Australia * Item ID: V00062071026

Moulder, Anne (2015). Moulder talks about the issue of gender and intersex with Bruce Jenner and Dr Tiffany Jones. 25 May 2015 7:15AM * ABC New England North West, Tamworth (Breakfast) hosted by Anna Moulder Local Radio & TV * Duration: 14 mins 12 secs * Market: NSW * Country: Australia * Item ID: V00061832790.

Dr Tiffany Jones, senior researcher, University of New England has launched the first Australia wide survey to give a voice to intersex people.25 May 2015 8:33AM * ABC New England North West, Tamworth (08:30 News) hosted by NewsreaderBrief: Local Radio & TV * Duration: 0 mins 50 secs * Market: NSW *Country: Australia * Item ID: W00061834671

According to Dr Tiffany Jones, senior researcher, University of New England on intersex people. 25 May 2015 12:02PM * ABC New England North West, Tamworth (12:00 News) hosted by Newsreader  Local Radio & TV * Duration: 0 mins 42 secs * Market: NSW * Country: Australia * Item ID: V00061839028

Francis, Meg (2015). New England supports a national survey on intersex Australians. The Armidale Express: Armidale. Accessed on 28.05.15 at http://www.armidaleexpress.com.au

Interview with Tiffany Jones on her survey of intersex Australians. 2YouFM with Brian Howard (24.05.2015). [Radio], 8.00am Tamworth Community Radio Station New South Wales. Accessed on 25.05.15.

Interview with Tiffany Jones on her survey of intersex Australians. ABC Mornings with Kelly Fuller (24.05.2015). [Radio], 10.00am ABC New England North West Book Review New South Wales. Accessed on 25.05.15. Accessed at: http://www.abc.net.au

Consulted and had my FtM study data cited on Clark, Angela (2015). Living Black: Brother Boys [TV Episode]. Accessed on 23.06.15. Accessed at: www.sbs.com.au/livingblack

Boshoff, Estelle (2015). First national survey of intersex Australians. UNE Media. Accessed on: 21.05.2015. Accessed at: http://blog.une.edu.au/news/2015/05/21/first-national-survey-of-intersex-australians/

Busby, Cec (2015). Participants wanted for a survey on atypical sex characteristics. Gay News Network. Accessed on 11.05.15. Accessed at: http://gaynewsnetwork.com.au/news/national/participants-wanted-for-survey-on-atypical-sex-characteristics-17589.html#comment-184589

Doak, Kate (2015). Life as a transgender woman in Sydney. Daily Life. Accessed on 15.4.15. Accessed at: http://www.dailylife.com.au/life-and-love/real-life/life-as-a-transgender-woman-in-sydney-20150414-1mkrbx.html

Wahlquist, Calla (2015). WA Liberal says anti-bullying program 'gay and lesbian promotion', says report. The Guardian. Accessed on 12.3.15. Accessed at: http://www.theguardian.com/australia-news/2015/mar/12/wa-liberal-says-anti-bullying-program-gay-and-lesbian-promotion-says-report

Interview with Tiffany Jones on her book Policy and Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex Students. ABC Mornings with Kelly Fuller (27.11.2014). [Radio], 10.00am ABC New England North West Book Review New South Wales. Accessed on 27.11.14. Accessed at: http://www.abc.net.au/local/stories/2014/05/02/3996830.htm?site=newengland&program=new_england_mornings

Interview with Tiffany Jones on the MATSITI study. ABC News with Kevin Rigby (19.11.2014). [Radio], 0830 ABC New England North West News New South Wales. Accessed on 19.11.14. Accessed at: http://blogs.abc.net.au/nsw/new-england-north-west-regoinal-news/?site=newengland?site=newengland&ref=front-page-slider-newengland-regional-landing

Interview with Tiffany Jones on her new book. Out of The Pan by Sally Goldner (16.11.2014). [Radio], 3CR with Sally Goldner. Accessed on 18.11.14. Accessed at: http://www.3cr.org.au/outofthepan/podcast/out-pan-16112014

McDowell, Cate (2014). Brighter outlook for gender issue. The Armidale Express: Armidale. Accessed on 08.10.14 at http://www.armidaleexpress.com.au/story/2609333/brighter-outlook-for-gender-issue/

Ansara, Gavi (2014). Spotlight on Research: From Blues to Rainbows. National LGBTI Health Alliance: Sydney. Accessed on 03.01.14 at http://lgbtihealthupdate.com/2014/10/02/272/

Riley, Benjamin (2014). YOUNG trans* People Form Supportive Communities Despite Major Mental Health Challenges. Star Observer. Accessed on 23.09.14. at http://www.starobserver.com.au/news/local-news/young-trans-people-form-supportive-communities-despite-major-mental-health-challenges/128153

Perkins, Miki (2014). A knight’s strength helped Sim’s journey to gender change. The Age. Accessed on 22.09.14. at http://www.smh.com.au/national/a-knight8217s-strength-helped-sim8217s-journey-to-gender-change-20140922-10khrr.html#ixzz3EIxNHk2s

Tovey, J. (2014). Sex education inadequate for same-sex safety. Sydney Morning Herald. Accessed on 26.07.14 at http://www.smh.com.au/comment/sex-education-inadequate-for-samesex-safety-20140724-zw550.html

Smith, A. (2014). UNE makes a difference in low socio-economic schools in Western Sydney. UNE News Blog. Accessed on 13.06.14 athttp://blog.une.edu.au/news/2014/06/13/une-makes-a-difference-in-low-socio-economic-schools-in-western-sydney/

Chilcott, Tanya (2014). Queensland homosexual teachers fear discrimination if they come out. The Courier-Mail. Accessed on 31.05.14 at http://www.couriermail.com.au/news/queensland/queensland-homosexual-teachers-fear-discrimination-if-they-come-out/story-fnihsrf2-1226937865416

Carson, Deanne (2014). Sex education must cater to diversity. The Age. Accessed on 5.2.14 at http://www.theage.com.au/comment/sex-education-must-cater-to-diversity-20140205-320xy.html

Maguire, Emily (2014*). Interview on data for "Your Sexual Identity". Girlfriend Magazine (mainstream magazine for teen girls 12-17). *Will be in print in newsagencies and available via: http://www.girlfriend.com.au/

Top student teachers targeted for work in disadvantaged schools: Discussion with Tiffany Jones by Sarah Sedghi (02.12.2013).  [Radio], ABC News PM with Mark Colvin. Accessed on 4.2.13. Accessed at: http://www.abc.net.au/pm/content/2013/s3903460.htm

The Project Panel (2013). Gay students at private schools: Interview with Dr Tiffany Jones. The Project (TV SHOW). Melbourne. Episode Aired Channel 10, 6.30pm, 29.10.13. http://tenplay.com.au/channel-ten/the-project/extra/season-5/gay-students-at-private-schools

Riley, Benjamin (2013). LGBTI spirituality explored in new book. Star Observer. Gay & Lesbian Community Publishing Limited: Sydney. 10.10.13 http://www.starobserver.com.au/news/lgbti-spirituality-explored-in-new-book/110712

Tovey, Josephine (2013). Push to end expulsion of gay students. Sydney Morning Herald. Fairfax Media: Sydney. 28.08.13 http://www.smh.com.au/national/education/push-to-end-expulsion-of-gay-students-20130827-2soet.html

Williams, Luke (2013). 'Ex-Gay' Counselling: It's Happening In Australian Schools. The Global Mail. Digital Global Mail Ltd. 02.08.13. http://www.theglobalmail.org/feature/ex-gay-counselling-its-happening-in-australian-schools/664/

The E-males Project: Discussion with Tiffany Jones (18.07.2013).  [Radio], JOY 94.9 FM Thursday Afternoon with Paul Anthony. Australia: Media Monitors.

Jimenez, Ileana (2013). GLSEN and UNESCO Convene Global Safe Schools Activists to Support LGBT Youth. Huffington Post World. (17.07.2013). http://www.huffingtonpost.com/ileana-jim/glsen-and-unesco-convene-global-safe-schools-activists-to-support-lgbt-youth_b_3601061.html?utm_hp_ref=world&ir=World

Murphy, Brian (2013). Fostering a Global Dialogue About LGBT Youth and Schools. Gay, Lesbian & Straight Education Network (GLSEN) Wesbite. USA, New York. 11.07.13

http://blog.glsen.org/global-dialogue-lgbt-youth-safer-schools

Tovey, Joseohine (2013). Schools defend right to expel gay students. The Sydney Morning Herald. 08.07.13. http://www.smh.com.au/nsw/schools-defend-right-to-expel-gays-20130706-2pirh.html

Marra, Andy. (2013). GLSEN Hosts Meeting to Create Global Network. GLSEN Website New York. 24.06.13. http://www.glsen.org/press/glsen-unesco-host-meeting-argentina-create

Dunkin, Alex (2013). Exploring the female-to-male transgender experience. GNN. 14.06.13. http://gaynewsnetwork.com.au/news/national/11176-exploring-the-female-to-male-transgender-experience.html

Annika (2013). National Transgender Study - The E-Male Project Bridging the Gap. LOTL Magazine. 20.06.13. http://www.lotl.com/gay-lesbian-giveaways-aus-nz/tickets/National-Transgender-Study-The-E-Male-Project/

VMC (2013). The E-male Project. Virtual Medical Centre. 17.06.13. http://www.virtualmedicalcentre.com/news/the-e-male-project/18658

Forbes, Lucas. (2013). Sex Change Study Starts. Armidale Express. 14.06.13. http://www.armidaleexpress.com.au/story/1570945/sex-change-study-starts/?cs=469

Nugent, Victoria. (2013). Chalking Up a Change. Armidale Express. 26.04.13. http://www.armidaleexpress.com.au/story/1457538/chalking-up-a-change/?cs=471

Page, Stephen (2013). Get rid of LGBTI discrimination- Judge. Australian Gay and Lesbian Law Blog. 21.03.13. http://lgbtlawblog.blogspot.com.au/2013/03/get-rid-of-lgbti-discrimination-judge.html

Williams, Luke (2013). Religious schools discriminate against the vulnerable. Eureka Street. 03.03.13 http://www.eurekastreet.com.au/article.aspx?aeid=35210#.UeN3KlOm7wc

Longhurst, Toby. Homophobia Rife in QLD Schools. Q News. 11.01.13. http://qnews.com.au/article/homophobia-rife-qld-schools

Alexander, David. (2013). Queensland schools 'most homophobic'. Star Observer. Gay & Lesbian Community Publishing Limited: Sydney. 25.02.13. http://www.starobserver.com.au/news/2013/02/25/queensland-schools-most-homophobic/98351

Homophobic Bullying in Schools: Discussion with Tiffany Jones (2013).  [Radio], ABC 612 Radio Evening Show with Rebecca Levingston. Brisbane, Australia: ABC. http://blogs.abc.net.au/queensland/2013/02/homophobia-in-queensland-schools-.html?site=brisbane&program=612_evenings

Vast Majority of Gay Queensland Students bullied, says study (2013).  [Radio], 4ZZZ Radio Show. Brisbane, Australia: 4ZZZFM. http://www.4zzzfm.org.au/news/audio/2013/feb/21/vast-majority-gay-queensland-students-bullied-says-study

Actions: Discussion with Donna Goddard (2013). [Radio]. JOY 94.9 FM Radio Rainbow Report with Doug Pollard. Australia: Media Monitors. http://www.thestirrer.com.au/rainbow-report-on-actions/

ABC 612 Facebook chat on my homophobic bullying data:

http://www.facebook.com/612ABCBrisbane/posts/476768805721991

Chilcott, Tanya (2013). Bullying teachers, peers make school hell for gays, and Queensland is most homophobic of all. The Courier-Mail. 21.02.13. http://www.couriermail.com.au/news/queensland/bullying-teachers-peers-make-school-hell-for-gays-and-queensland-is-most-homophobic-of-all/story-e6freoof-1226582239965

Silk, Marty (2013). Queensland teachers, students 'bullying gay kids'. The Sydney Morning Herald. 20.02.2013 http://www.smh.com.au/queensland/queensland-teachers-students-bullying-gay-kids-20130220-2er9f.html

(…Brisbane Times. 20.02.2013) http://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/queensland/queensland-teachers-students-bullying-gay-kids-20130220-2er9f.html

(…Ninemsn. 20.02.2013) http://news.ninemsn.com.au/national/2013/02/20/16/02/qld-teachers-students-bullying-gay-kids

Kwiatkowska, Agata (2012). Prawa człowieka po polsku/ "Human Rights in Polish". NaTemat Poland. http://kwiatkowska.natemat.pl/44859,prawa-czlowieka-po-polsku

Walker, Nadine. (2012). EOC Continues to Fight School Bullying. Out in Perth. 13.09.12. http://www.outinperth.com/eoc-continues-to-fight-school-bullying/

Walker, Nadine. (2012). Are We Moving Fast Enough To Stop Bullying? Out in Perth. 06.08.12.  http://www.outinperth.com/are-we-moving-fast-enough-to-stop-bullying-in-schools/ Accessed 20.08.12.

Fighting School Bullies (2012). [Television Program].  ABC News with Simon Royal. Aired 29.06.12.

Magnusson, Michael (2012). Be Explicit About Bullying. GNN News. 04.04.12. http://gaynewsnetwork.com.au/news/northern-territory/5689-be-explicit-about-bullying-expert.html Accessed 04.04.12.

Wilson, Amber (2012). Schools with anti-homophobic policies save gay pupils. Melbourne Weekly Eastern. 03.04.12. http://www.melbourneweeklyeastern.com.au/news/local/news/general/schools-with-antihomophobic-policies-save-gay-pupils/2510136.aspx Accessed 03.04.12.

Noonan, Andie.  (2012). Homophobia policy 'saves lives'. Star Observer. Gay & Lesbian Community Publishing Limited: Sydney. 28.03.12. http://www.starobserver.com.au/news/2012/03/28/homophobia-policy-saves-lives/74892 Accessed 28.03.12.

Hiatt, Bethany (2012) Teachers 'need gay bullying aid'. The West Australian.19.03.12. http://au.news.yahoo.com/thewest/a/-/breaking/13202476/teachers-need-gay-bullying-aid/ Accessed 19.03.12

UNESCO Bangkok (2012). International Consultation on Homophobic Bullying in Educational Institutions. News from UNESCO.  24.01.12. http://www.unescobkk.org/news/article/international-consultation-on-homophobic-bullying-in-educational-institutions/ Accessed 24.01.12.

Success: Discussion with Tiffany Jones (2011). [Radio]. JOY 94.9 FM Radio Rainbow Report with Doug Pollard. Australia: Media Monitors.

Chance for Progress at UNESCO: Discussion with Tiffany Jones (2011). [Radio]. JOY 94.9 FM Radio Rainbow Report with Doug Pollard. Australia: Media Monitors.

The Teaching of Values in Schools: Discussion with Tiffany Jones (2007).  [Radio], ABC 612 Radio Saturday Morning Show. Australia: Media Monitors.