Dr Tiffany Jones
Phone: 2 6773 3847
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. She has liaised with UNESCO, and various international and local/ state government and non-government organisations, on policy development around GLBTIQ issues. She is the author of Understanding Education Policy (Springer), and is currently producing several other books related to GLBTIQ themes. Dr Jones 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 a UNE Partners Early Career Researcher Grant, and various research and travel awards. Her current research projects include "From Blues to Rainbows" supported by a beyondblue National Priority Driven Research Grant, "E-males" and "Out/in Front". She has previously worked on a range of projects including 'Writing Themselves in 3' with Dr Hillier, funded by the Buckland Foundation. Dr Jones was involved in the creation of a Massive Open Online Course "Sexually Based Persecution and Discrimination". She has PhD students in a range of related areas.
BCA Macquarie University, BEd (Hons 1) Griffith University,
PhD La Trobe University
Global Network on Homophobic and Transphobic Bullying in Schools
Education policy and school support features on GLBTIQ issues, bullying, student wellbeing.
Sexuality education theories and practices.
EDCX246 - Society and Education
Gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, intersex and queer issues in education
Education policy - theory, practice, impacts
Youth/Student health and wellbeing
Comparative social policy, legislation and human rights
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.
2013 $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.
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.
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.
Peer-reviewed Academic Books
Jones, T. (2013). Understanding Education Policy. Dordrecht: Springer. http://www.springer.com/education+%26+language/book/978-94-007-6264-0
Gahan, L. & Jones, T. (Ed.s) (2013*). Heaven Bent: Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender experiences of faith, religiou and spirituality. Clouds of Magellan: Melbourne. *In production.
Peer-reviewed Book Chapters & Journal Articles
Jones, T. & Goddard, D. (2013*). Homophobic Bullying in Queensland Schools. In No 2 Bullying. Gold Coast: * forthcoming.
Jones, T. & Hillier, L. (2013*) The Australian Context: Turning Research into Policies, Policies into Research, in SEXUAL ORIENTATION, GENDER IDENTITY, AND SCHOOLING: The nexus of research, practice and policy. Frances McClelland Institute: Arizona * forthcoming.
Jones, T. & Mitchell, A. (2013*) Young People and HIV Prevention in Australian Schools. Health Education Research, *forthcoming.
Jones, T. and Hillier, L. (2013*). Trans-Spectrum Youth Identities: Theoretical, methodological and analytical challenges to research. Feminism & Psychology, * forthcoming.
Jones, T. and Hillier, L. (2013*). Comparing Trans-Spectrum and Same-sex Attracted Youth: Increased risks, increased activisms. LGBT Youth, 10 (??), pp. ??-??. *forthcoming.
Jones, T. (2013) Including GLBTIQ Student Rights in "Human" Rights Education, in the Third International Conference on Human Rights Education (HRE) 'Promoting Changes in Times of Transition and Crisis', Krakow: Jagiellonian University Press.
Jones, T. (2013). How sex education research methodologies frame GLBTIQ students. Sex Education: Sexuality, Society and Learning. 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, 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, 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. (2011). 'Tying the K(NOT)!' In V. Marsh (Ed.), Speak Now: Australian perspectives on same-sex marriage (pp.105-111). Melbourne: Clouds of Magellan. 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. http://www.cloudsofmagellan.net/Speak_Now.html
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.
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
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.
Submissions/ 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.
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
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
Jones, T. (2013). Overcoming Backlash Against LGBTIQ Rights in International "Human Rights" Education. The 4th International Conference on Human Rights Education. Soochow University, Taipei. 22nd – 23rd Nov.*upcoming
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 and Lyons, A. (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.
Other Media/ Interviews
Murphy, Brian (2013). Fostering a Global Dialogue About LGBT Youth and Schools. Gay, Lesbian & Straight Education Network (GLSEN) 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
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. 25.02.13. http://www.starobserver.com.au/news/2013/02/25/queensland-schools-most-homophobic/98351
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
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'. Sydney Star Observer, StarOnline. 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.