The aim of this study was to explore how living with HIV and being a migrant from an ethnic minority background interact and how these contingencies intersect with gender and sexual orientation in shaping the lives of individuals. It was a follow-up study to an earlier study which investigated the interrelationship of living with HIV and belonging to culturally and linguistically diverse groups outside the Anglo-Australian mainstream (Körner, Petrohilos, & Madeddu, 2005).
Partners / Collaborators
Körner, H., Katsaros, E., & Luisi, B. (2013). Living with HIV and cultural diversity in Sydney: migration, gender and sexuality (Monograph 1/2013). Sydney: National Centre in HIV Social Research, The University of New South Wales. (PDF)