Woodhull’s Sexual Freedom Summit: Call for Proposals

Woodhull’s Sexual Freedom Summit: Call for Proposals


The Sexual Freedom Summit features human rights activits, sexuality educators and researchers, professionals from the legal and medical fields, authors, sexual freedom movement leaders and organizational partners all working toward the time when sexual freedom is fully recognized as a fundamental human right


Deadline: February 1, 2016


For more info: https://www.sexualfreedomsummit.org/workshop-proposals/

Ninth Health Disparities Conference: Call for Proposals


Ninth Health Disparities Conference: Call for Proposals 


The Xavier University of Louisiana College of Pharmacy: 9th Annual Health Disparities Conference  is soliciting abstracts for podium and poster presentations. The upcoming conference will focus on replicable interprofessional collaborative models and approaches from clinical, research and community arenas that integrate all levels of providers to improve health outcomes, eliminate health disparities, and achieve health equity.  

Deadline: January 8,2016


For more info: http://xula.the1joshuagroup.com/abstracts.html

Call For Proposals

Evidence for Action: Investigator-Initiated Research to Build a Culture of Health Call for Proposal


Robert Wood Johnson Foundation will award approximately $2.2 million annually to support investigator-initiated research that supports building a Culture of Health.


Applications for funding are now open, and will be accepted on a rolling basis.


For more info: https://anr.rwjf.org/viewCfp.do?cfpId=1224&cfpOverviewId=



Creating Change Conference, Chicago, IL

                                            Creating Change Conference, Chicago, IL

The National LGBTQ Task Force sponsors and organizes the Creating Change Conference. It’s an opportunity for thousands of committed people to develop and hone their skills, celebrate victories, build community and to be inspired by visionaries of our LGBTQ movement and allied movements for justice and equality. 

 Date: January 20, 2016

 For more information: https://www.creatingchange.org

Mississippi RFP for Statewide Comprehensive Health Assessment

Final RFP HIV Plan Process Amended 12_15_15 

The Mississippi State Department of Health, STD/HIV Office, is seeking a qualified Contractor to conduct a statewide comprehensive health assessment to identify the current HIV prevention and treatment needs, resource inventory and gaps in services, barriers, challenges and forces of change. The Contractor must outline five-year “SMART format” objectives and written strategies and recommendations to address them. The findings and recommendations will be used to optimize the effectiveness of HIV prevention and treatment services in Mississippi.  The Contractor must have experience using a standardized comprehensive health assessment as per the RFP.

 Murray C. Penner, Executive Director


Phone: (202) 434.8099      Fax: (202) 434.8092



2016 Sex Down South Conference

Get your early early ticket today!  Only $99!

Get your ticket now!

Thank you for supporting Sex Down South!  As we start gearing up to make next year even better than the last, we want to offer our supporters first dibs on tickets!

We are only selling a limited amount of $99 tickets, so make sure you purchase your tickets soon.  The sale will end when we sell out the tickets!

We are finalizing our hotel, but our dates are still Oct. 13-15, 2016.

Feel free to share this link/email with folks who would be interested in attending!

Just in case :)  http://mkt.com/sexdownsouth/flash-sale-ticket

Social Justice Initiatives Worldwide Funded

Arca Foundation
The Arca Foundation is dedicated to advancing social equity and justice, particularly given the growing disparities in the world. The Foundation believes that a vibrant democracy requires an organized and informed citizenry that has access to information and free expression. In the United States, the Foundation is currently interested in supporting national nonprofit organizations that work to promote a more equitable, accountable, and transparent economic recovery. The focus is on programs that engage citizens in the promotion of greater corporate accountability, and that work to build a movement to advance a more just economy and democracy. (The Foundation’s work is national; in order to receive funding, local and state-based efforts must be part of a national campaign or project.) Internationally, the Foundation supports policy advocacy that advances more just U.S. foreign policies and human rights. The upcoming application deadline is February 1, 2016. Visit the Foundation’s website for more information on the Foundation’s grant strategies.