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Nick Mulé

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School of Gender, Sexuality and Women's Studies
School of Social Work

Associate Professor

Office: Ross Building, S825
Phone: 416-736-2100 Ext: 66325
Email: nickmule@yorku.ca

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Dr. Nick Mulé’s research interests are in the areas of advocacy, social inclusion/exclusion of gender and sexually diverse populations (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transsexual, transgender, two-spirit, genderqueer, intersex, queer, questioning – LGBTQ) in social policy and service provision and the degree of recognition of these populations as distinct communities in cultural, systemic and structural contexts. He also engages in critical analysis of the LGBTQ movement and the development of queer liberation theory.

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Current research projects include a study of the regulation of advocacy and political activity in Canada’s voluntary sector and its implications on charities and non-profits. Another study examines the recognition and legitimization of gender and sexually diverse populations in policy at the United Nations. Nick also writes about the LGBT movement applying a critical liberationist analytical perspective and is currently conducting research on the development of queer liberation theory.

At the School of Social Work he teaches core and elective courses that span theory, policy and practice at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.

Nick is also active at the community level as founder and chairperson of Queer Ontario. In the past he was a founding member of Amnesty International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Action Circle; founding board member for the Canadian Rainbow Health Coalition, active with the Coalition for Lesbian and Gay Rights in Ontario (CLGRO) for 20 years including director and spokesperson; founded and was chairperson of the Rainbow Health Network. He has been appointed co-chairperson of the Ontario LGBT Research & Policy Think Tank by Rainbow Health Ontario and founder of CLGRO’s successor Queer Ontario.

Degrees

Doctor of Philosophy, Social Policy and Social Work, University of Manchester
Master of Social Work, New York University
Bachelor of Arts, Sociology, McMaster University
Social Service Worker Diploma, Mohawk College

Appointments

Faculty of Health

Professional Leadership

Editorial Positions:
2019 – Present Member of the International Editorial Board, Social Inclusion
2017 – Present Member of the International Editorial Advisory Board, Harrington Park Press
Professional Association Role:
2011 - Present Queer Caucus, Canadian Association of Social Work Education (CASWE), Chairperson
Faculty Association Role:
2020 - Present, Co-Chairperson, Joint Committee on the Administration of the Agreement - Long-Range Planning, York University Faculty Association (YUFA)

Community Contributions

2018 – Present No Pride in Policing Coalition, Member
2009 – Present Queer Ontario, Founder and past Chairperson, currently Secretary
2000 – Present The Council of Canadians, Canada, Member
1988 – Present Amnesty International Canada (English Speaking Section), Member

Research Interests

Social Work , Sexuality, • Social inclusion/exclusion of gender and sexually diverse populations in social policy and service provision and the degree of their recognition as distinct communities in cultural, systemic and structural contexts, • Gender and sexually diverse populations and their role as a social movement in civil society, • Regulation of advocacy and lobbying in the nonprofit sector and its impact on social change and democratization, • Theorizing queer liberation

Current Research Projects

Party 'N Play - Long Play (PNPLP)

    Summary:

    This multi-modal research study examines men who engage in sex with other men (MSM) in Toronto and the use of methamphetamines in direct relation to sexplay, a practice known in North America as “PNP” (party and play). The project title acknowledges, on the one hand, the kinds of durational sex practices which often accompany meth use and, on the other, the vinyl long play record (or “LP”) which carries importance as a tool that accompanies sexual play.

    Description:

    PNPLP is materializing through three interventions that are intended to break the silence surrounding social-sexual meth use: written, video, and audio. Employed is sensory ethnographic research that explores the world of social-sexual pleasure seeking and experience that include meth use. Deployed is exploratory arts-based research regarding such spaces, inclusive of sound as part of data and outputs in relation to video, also known as A/r/tography, a qualitative method. This research is putting the following three methods to work:

    i) Content (queer sexuality studies space theories), field research (participant observation, participant comprehension).
    ii) Employing language, images, materials, situations, space and time via art, research, and education.
    iii) Semi-structured qualitative interviews.

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    Start Date:
      Month: Dec   Year: 2020

    End Date:
      Month: Jul   Year: 2022

    Funders:
    LA&PS, York University
2SLGBTQ+ Ontarians’ experiences with social assistance: Conducting preliminary research to nurture partnerships in the area of 2SLGBTQ+ poverty and health

    Summary:

    Two-spirit, lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, and queer (2SLGBTQ+) people experience both health
    disparities and economic inequities relative to their heterosexual and cisgender (non-trans) peers.
    Although poverty is widely understood to be a critically important determinant of health, few studies
    have investigated the relationships between poverty and health in 2SLGBTQ+ populations, or the
    possible social and structural relationships that sustain these inequities. Our project will address this
    research gap, and in doing so will build an emerging multidisciplinary network, the Canadian Coalition
    Against 2SLGBTQ+ Poverty (CCA2P). The research team is led by representatives from 2SLGBTQ+
    community organizations and academic researchers from Canadian universities, and includes
    community advocates and research trainees. Project activities will aim to a) support coalition-building
    between academics, organizations and community members working on issues of 2SLGBTQ+ rights
    and poverty, working to build a national multisectoral partnership; b) collaborate on communitydriven
    research that examines 2SLGBTQ+ peoples’ experiences accessing social assistance in Ontario,
    a community-identified research priority; c) meaningfully engage 2SLGBTQ+ people who identify as
    having lived experience of poverty throughout research and coalition-building activities; and d)
    collaborate on a funding proposal, informed by our preliminary data, to support national research and
    partnership-building on this topic. By enabling a more fulsome understanding of 2SLGBTQ+ poverty
    from diverse stakeholders, these partnership activities ultimately aim to address the economic and
    associated health inequities currently experienced by 2SLGBTQ+ people in Canada.

    Description:

    Two-spirit, lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, and queer (2SLGBTQ+) populations in Canada experience
    significantly worse health outcomes, relative to heterosexual and cis (non-trans) populations (Bauer &
    Scheim, 2015; Brennan et al., 2010; Steele et al., 2009). Increasingly, scholars are recognizing that
    poverty (broadly defined using indicators such as the low income cut-off) is a cause of poor health in
    marginalized populations (Berkman et al., 2014), and scholars of 2SLGBTQ+ health note that
    socioeconomic factors contribute to poor health outcomes for sexual and gender minority people as
    well (Bostwick et al., 2014; Ross et al., 2016; Robinson 2017; Robinson et al., 2016). Despite
    agreement that the relationship between poverty and poor health in 2SLGBTQ+ populations is worth
    examining, few studies empirically substantiate this link, or reveal how it operates (Thomeer, 2015).

    Experiences with social assistance (SA) have been identified as a possible link between poverty and
    health in marginalized populations (Lightman et al., 2009; Smith-Carrier, 2017). In an Ontario study,
    SA recipients were more likely than non-SA recipients in all income categories to report high stress,
    along with 37 out of 39 poor health outcomes (Lightman et al., 2009). The authors suggest that
    adverse physical and mental health among SA recipients is due to the stress this population
    experiences in SA systems, which often stigmatize recipients and are under-resourced (Lightman et
    al., 2009). SA recipients marginalized on the basis of their sexual orientation, gender, race, disability,
    and other differences, may be more likely to experience stigma and discrimination and, by extension,
    stress and poor health outcomes, as a result of their encounters with SA systems (Smith-Carrier,
    2017).

    In spite of associations between poverty and poor health in 2SLGBTQ+ populations (Bauer &
    Scheim, 2015; Brennan et al., 2010; Steele et al., 2009), and the likely role of stressors associated with
    accessing SA (Lightman et al., 2009; Smith-Carrier, 2017), no studies of 2SLGBTQ+ populations’
    experiences with SA have been conducted. As a result of this research gap, the issues of 2SLGBTQ+
    people in poverty, and the concerns of sexual and gender minority SA recipients in particular, are
    often not considered in policy development and practice. Although not all 2SLGBTQ+ people living in
    poverty will access SA, this subset of our community may be particularly vulnerable to adverse health
    outcomes, given the stressors associated with poverty and accessing SA (Lightman et al., 2009).

    To address this gap, the coalition will:

    1. generate a preliminary evidence base by examining the experience of 2SLGBTQ+ people who access
    SA across the life course in Ontario;
    2. strengthen an emerging partnership among stakeholders currently addressing 2SLGBTQ+ poverty in
    Ontario and across Canada, and build new connections within this area;
    3. meaningfully engage 2SLGBTQ+ people who self-identify as having lived experience of poverty
    throughout the research and coalition-building activities; and
    4. collaborate on a funding proposal, informed by our preliminary data, to support future work
    exploring the impact of poverty (defined broadly) on the health of 2SLGBTQ+ people in Ontario, and
    in future stages of this work, Canada-wide.

    These objectives respond to community needs articulated at a foundational agenda-setting
    meeting of the Canadian Coalition Against 2SLGBTQ+ Poverty (CCA2P). CCA2P is a diverse and growing
    group of community, academic, and service provider stakeholders committed to highlighting, reducing, and eliminating economic disparities associated with sexual orientation, gender identity,
    and gender expression in Canada (Ross & Khanna for CCA2P, 2017). The proposed project would
    represent CCA2P’s first research activities in support of this commitment.

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    Role: Collaborator

    Start Date:
      Month: Apr   Year: 2020

    End Date:
      Month: Mar   Year: 2022

    Funders:
    University of Toronto - Connaught Community Partnership Research Program
The political economy of precarious work: Stories of economic insecurity and work among sexual minority men

    Summary:

    The goal of this project is to build knowledge and understanding regarding the labour market experiences of sexual minorities experiencing economic insecurity. We are meeting this goal by asking “What are the stories of economic insecurity and work among sexual minorities?” TNG works to support those facing economic insecurity to find employment. Sexual minorities are overrepresented among those in poverty, face income inequities, and are discriminated against in the labour market, resulting in working conditions characterized by precarity. Previous research describes the economic disparities of sexual minorities and describes their experiences of discrimination in the workplace. However, to date, no research has been done on this topic, leading to a knowledge gap and a lack of best practices to support sexual minorities navigating the labour market. This project advances previous research by characterizing the labour market experiences of those employed by precarious working conditions. This project assists TNG to better understand the needs and experiences of the sexual minority populations they work with.

    Description:

    This project explores the labour market experiences of sexual minority men precariously employed in Toronto to better inform policy and social services that support employment outcomes. The project explores the pathways that lead to economic insecurity and precarious employment among sexual minority men and use men’s stories to propose and inform interventions, policies and programs that will create positive material change for this population. In Ontario, labour market disparities and workplace discrimination of marginalized groups continues despite legal protections around equitable hiring practices and workplace discrimination (e.g., The Employment Equity Act, Ontario Human Rights Act, OPS Inclusion and Diversity Blueprint, Fight for Labour Rights movements) (1,2). Employment and social services offered through The Neighbourhood Group (TNG) support a variety of populations experiencing vulnerability and marginalization. Sexual and gender minorities are overrepresented among those in positions requiring employment and social supports, though little research has characterized the employment supports needed and the life experiences that have resulted in sexual and gender minorities arriving at employment agencies. Due to the economic instability Ontario is currently facing, there is need now more than ever to support those who are unemployed, underemployed, or working in other precarious conditions.

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    Role: Co-Investigator

    Start Date:
      Month: Dec   Year: 2020

    End Date:
      Month: Nov   Year: 2021

    Funders:
    SSHRC - Partnership Engagement Grant
Dark Tribe: Subaltern Gay Male Sex

    Summary:

    This study looks at male-to-male sexual activity in the subaltern world of male sexual spaces. The importance of such spaces is examined regarding opportunities, safety, etiquette, status, safer sex practices, negotiation and navigation of sexual expression through sexual activity and time-limited communal engagement for sexual pleasure and affirmation, and how all of this contrast normative societal expectations.

    Description:

    Through hard copy and online content analysis and observations in the subaltern world of gay male sexual spaces such as bathhouses, circuit clubs, sex clubs and dark rooms, examined is a self-monitored subculture that creates its own tribal rituals at various odds with societal norms. By deviating from and resisting such norms, this tribe demonstrates how it maintains a core drive of their liberated sexuality outside of mainstreamed sexual governance.

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    Role: Principal Investigator

    Start Date:
      Month: Apr   Year: 2018

    End Date:
      Month: Mar   Year: 2022

Envisioning Global LGBT Human Rights

    Summary:

    Envisioning Global LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender) Human Rights is an international research project that fosters links between Canada and the Global South and will document and analyze i) criminalization of LGBT people, ii) flight from violence and persecution, iii) resistance to criminalization, and iv) the interaction between International Treaty Body Human Rights Mechanisms and LGBT rights initiatives.

    Description:

    Envisioning will examine locations where challenges to criminalization of sexual minorities are underway and research and document the complex processes underlying these cultures of resistance. While criminalization is at the core of our study, the oppression that LGBT people face includes broader forms of stigmatization, hatred and marginalization. Envisioning will research and document conditions affecting LGBT people, working with grassroots human rights, HIV/AIDS and LGBT groups that work to advance the rights of sexual minorities. Envisioning brings together an international, interdisciplinary alliance of community partners, filmmakers, academic and community-based researchers and students to undertake a project of applied research, participatory video and documentary, skills exchange, capacity enhancement and knowledge mobilization.

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    Role: Co-Applicant

    Start Date:
      Month: Apr   Year: 2011

    End Date:
      Month: Mar   Year: 2016

    Collaborator: Nancy Nicol - Principal Investigator
    Funders:
    SSHRC CURA Grant
Envisioning Global LGBT Human Rights (LOI)

    Summary:

    Envisioning Global LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender) Human Rights is an international research project that fosters links between Canada and the Global South and will document and analyze i) criminalization of LGBT people, ii) flight from violence and persecution, iii) resistance to criminalization, and iv) the interaction between International Treaty Body Human Rights Mechanisms and LGBT rights initiatives.

    Description:

    Envisioning will examine locations where challenges to criminalization of sexual minorities are underway and research and document the complex processes underlying these cultures of resistance. While criminalization is at the core of our study, the oppression that LGBT people face includes broader forms of stigmatization, hatred and marginalization. Envisioning will research and document conditions affecting LGBT people, working with grassroots human rights, HIV/AIDS and LGBT groups that work to advance the rights of sexual minorities. Envisioning brings together an international, interdisciplinary alliance of community partners, filmmakers, academic and community-based researchers and students to undertake a project of applied research, participatory video and documentary, skills exchange, capacity enhancement and knowledge mobilization.

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    Role: Co-Applicant

    Start Date:
      Month: Apr   Year: 2010

    End Date:
      Month: Mar   Year: 2011

    Collaborator: Principal Investigator: Nancy Nicol
    Funders:
    SSHRC CURA Letter of Intent Grant
Queer Liberation Theory: Resurrection and Development

    Summary:

    A community-based research study with social justice group Queer Ontario involving academics, activists and artists, exploring the principles and tenets of the gay liberation movement of the late 1960s/70s and their utility today. With further funding this project has been internationalized looking at the historical gay liberation movements of Australia, Canada, Germany, the United Kingdom and the United States as well as queer mobilizations in non-Western regions of the world.

    Description:

    The study seeks to theorize a progressive, sex positive, radical approach drawing from gay liberation and using its ethos to bridge the complexity of today's LGBT movement towards the development of queer liberation theory. This will include content analysis of historical gay liberation movements in Australia, Canada, Germany, the United Kingdom and the United States and data gathering via questionnaires and interviews internationally.

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    Role: Principal Investigator

    Start Date:
      Month: Oct   Year: 2010

    End Date:
      Month: Mar   Year: 2021

    Collaborator Institution: Queer Ontario
    Collaborator Role: Advisory

    Funders:
    Inside Out/OUTtv Post-Production Fund
    York Minor Research Grant
    SSHRC Small Grant
    York Minor Research Grant
    SSHRC Small Grant
    SSHRC Insight Grant
Towards Equitable Health & Social Service Policy and Illness Prevention Strategies for LGBTs

    Summary:

    This study reviewed public health policy and recognition of LGBTs at the federal and provincial (Ontario) levels of government.

    Description:

    This study was conducted using content analysis of existing federal Canadian and provincial Ontario health and social service policies and semi-structured interviews with policy makers at both levels of government to examine illness prevention strategies for LGBTs in Ontario and generally in Canada.

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    Role: Co-Investigator

    Start Date:
      Month: Apr   Year: 2010

    End Date:
      Month: Mar   Year: 2011

    Collaborator: Co-Investigator: Miriam Smith
    Funders:
    SSHRC Small Grant
Rainbow Health Ontario

    Summary:

    Ontario Rainbow Health Resource Centre: A Proposal for Educational and Capacity Building Services to Improve the Health and Wellness of Sexual and Gender Minority Communities in Ontario.

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    Role: Co-Applicant

    Start Date:
      Month: Nov   Year: 2008

    End Date:
      Month: Nov   Year: 2011

    Collaborator: Andrea Daley and Anna Travers
    Collaborator Institution: Sherbourne Health Centre
    Funders:
    Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care
LGBTs and the UN: Recognition and Legitimization

    Summary:

    A study of the degree of recognition and legitimization of LGBT populations in UN policy.

    Description:

    This study investigates the reasons for the unevenness of gender and sexually diverse populations gaining recognition and legitimization within the formal structures and agencies of the United Nations (UN).

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    Role: Principal Investigator

    Funders:
    SSHRC Small Grant Award
    Atkinson Minor Research Grant
    York University Junior Faculty Fund
    SSHRC Insight Grant
    SSHRC Small Grant
    Atkinson Minor Research Grant
Advocacy and Democratization: Permissiveness of Voices in Canada's Voluntary Sector

    Summary:

    A study of how advocacy activities by charities and nonprofit organizations are regulated by the Canadian federal government.

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    Start Date:
      Month: Apr   Year: 2006

    End Date:
      Month: Mar   Year: 2010

    Funders:
    Standard Research (SSHRC)
    Atkinson Incentive Award
    SSHRC Small Grant Award
    Atkinson Minor Research Grant
    York Ad Hoc Research Grant
Sexual and Gender Diversity: Vulnerability and Resilience

    Summary:

    A series of research studies and development projects to address the health and wellbeing of LGBTs across Canada.

    Description:

    Collaborator as Chair of Clearing House/Newsletter/Networking (CNN) in developing a cluster of researchers across Canada who undertake research with gender and sexually diverse populations continuing the SSHRC project below. Consisting of four projects, this large study will conduct an extensive qualitative study of content-valid experiences of discrimination with multiple racial/ethnic minority groups who also self-identify as gay, lesbian or bisexual (affiliate researcher); conduct secondary analysis of the team’s available cumulative database in order to examine intersections between sexual orientation and sex/gender; examine the prevalence of health indicators, risk factors, and social milieu variables of Canadian sexual minorities using secondary analysis of the Canadian Community Health Survey (CCHS) database .

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    Role: Collaborator, Affiliate Researcher and Chair

    Start Date:
      Month: Apr   Year: 2006

    End Date:
      Month: Mar   Year: 2011

    Collaborator: Principal Investigator: Danielle Julien
    Funders:
    Canadian Institutes for Health Research (CIHR)
    (FQRSC) fonds de recherche sur la société et la culture, Quebec
Research Cluster on Gender and Sexual Diversity and Health and Wellbeing

    Summary:

    A research project to create research clusters across Canada that would address the health and wellbing of LGBTQ populations.

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    Role: Co-Applicant

    Start Date:
      Month: Apr   Year: 2005

    End Date:
      Month: Mar   Year: 2006

    Collaborator: Co-applicants Shari Brotman and Bill Ryan
    Funders:
    Clusters (SSHRC)
Ontario Rainbow Health Partnership Project

    Summary:

    A project to create community-based health and wellness programs for LGBTQ populations in Ontario.

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    Role: Principal Investigator

    Start Date:
      Month: Apr   Year: 2004

    End Date:
      Month: Mar   Year: 2006

    Collaborator: Andrea Daley, Susan Gapka, Richard Hudler, Beth Jackson, Gillian May, Dick Moore, Dave Vervoort.
    Funders:
    Health Canada, Primary Care Transition Fund
Books

Publication
Year

Nicol, N., Jjuuko A., Lusimbo, R. Mulé, N.J., Ursell, S., Wahab, A. & Waugh, P. (Eds.) Envisioning Global LGBT Human Rights: (Neo)colonialism, Neoliberalism, Resistance and Hope. London: Human Rights Consortium, Institute of Commonwealth Studies, University of London.

2018

2017 Mulé, N.J. & DeSantis, G. (Eds.) The Shifting Terrain: Public Policy Advocacy in Canada. Montreal, QC-Kingston, ON: McGill-Queen's University Press.

2017

2016 Hillock, S. & Mulé, N.J. (Eds.) Queering Social Work Education. Vancouver, BC: UBC Press.

2016

2015 O’Neill, B.J., Swan, T.A. & Mulé, N.J. (Eds.) LGBTQ People and Social Work: Intersectional Perspectives. Toronto: Canadian Scholars’ Press.

2015

Book Chapters

Publication
Year

Mulé, N.J. “Creating Anti-Elite Discourses: SOGIE Populations and the UN,” in A. Gambrell, D. Osborne & L. Buttigieg (Eds.) Connecting, Rethinking and Embracing Difference. (pp. 13 – 25). Leiden/Boston: Brill Rodopi. https://brill.com/view/book/edcoll/9781848884335/BP000003.xml

2019

Mulé, N.J. “The Importance of Difference: Imperatives for the LGBTQ Movement” in A. Gambrell, D. Osborne & L. Buttigieg (Eds.) Connecting, Rethinking and Embracing Difference. (pp. 1 – 12). Leiden/Boston: Brill Rodopi. https://brill.com/view/book/edcoll/9781848884335/BP000002.xml

2019

Mulé, N.J. “Evolving Sexual Citizenry: Developing Queer Liberation Theory” in S. Petrella (Ed.) Erotic Subjects and Outlaws: Sketching the Borders of Sexual Citizenship. (pp. 19 – 37). Leiden/Boston: Brill Rodopi.

2019

Mulé, N.J. “Kink and the DSM-5: Pathologization, Regulation, Stigmatization” in S. Petrella (Ed.) Erotic Subjects and Outlaws: Sketching the Borders of Sexual Citizenship. (pp. 131 – 155). Leiden/Boston: S. Petrella

2019

Vance, K., Mulé, N.J., Khan, M. & McKenzie, C. “The Rise of SOGI: Human Rights for LGBT People at the United Nations” in N. Nicol, A. Jjuuko, R. Lusimbo, N.J. Mulé, A. S. Ursell, Wahab, A. & P. Waugh (Eds.) Envisioning Global LGBT Human Rights: (Neo)colonialism, Neoliberalism, Resistance and Hope. London: Human Rights Consortium, Institute of Commonwealth Studies, University of London.

2018

Mulé, N.J. & Gamble, K. “Haven or Precarity: The Mental Health of LGBT Asylum Seekers and Refugees” in N. Nicol, A. Jjuuko, R. Lusimbo, N.J. Mulé, S. Ursell, A. Wahab & P. Waugh (Eds.) Envisioning Global LGBT Human Rights: (Neo)colonialism, Neoliberalism, Resistance and Hope. London: Human Rights Consortium, Institute of Commonwealth Studies, University of London.

2018

Mulé, N.J. “Politicized Priorities: Critical Implications for LGBTIQ Movements” in C.L. Mason (Ed.) Queer Development Studies: A Reader (pp. 239 – 250). New York, NY: Routledge.

2018

2017 DeSantis, G. and Mulé, N.J. “Advocacy: A Contested yet Enduring Concept in the Canadian Landscape” in N.J. Mulé and DeSantis, G.C. (Eds.) The Shifting Terrain: Nonprofit Sector Public Policy Advocacy in Canada. Montreal-Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press.

2017

2017 Mulé, N.J. and DeSantis, G. “A ‘Political Activity’: The Inherent Politicization of Advocacy” in N.J. Mulé and DeSantis, G.C. (Eds.) The Shifting Terrain: Nonprofit Sector Public Policy Advocacy in Canada. Montreal-Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press.

2017

2016 Mulé, N.J. “Conclusion” in S. Hillock and N.J. Mulé (Eds.) Queering Social Work Education (pp. 361 – 367). Vancouver: UBC Press.

2016

2016 Mulé, N.J. “Broadening Theoretical Horizons: Liberating Queer in Social Work” in S. Hillock and N.J. Mulé (Eds.) Queering Social Work Education (pp. 56 – 78). Vancouver: UBC Press.

2016

2015 Mulé, N.J. “Much to be Desired: LGBT Health Inequalities and Inequities in Canada” in J. Fish and K. Karban, (Eds.) Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans Health Inequalities: International Perspectives in Social Work. (pp. 27 – 43). Bristol: Policy Press. [Peer Reviewed]

2015

2015 Mulé, N.J. “The Politicized Queer, the Informed Social Worker: Dis/Re-Ordering the Social Order” in B.J. O’Neill, T.A. Swan and N.J. Mulé (Eds.) LGBTQ People and Social Work: Intersectional Perspectives (pp. 17 – 35). Toronto: Canadian Scholars’ Press.

2015

2015 Swan, T.A., O’Neill, B.J. & Mulé, N.J. “Intersecting LGBTQ People and Social Work: An Introduction” in B.J. O’Neill, T.A. Swan and N.J. Mulé (Eds.) LGBTQ People and Social Work: Intersectional Perspectives (pp. 1 – 13). Toronto: Canadian Scholars’ Press.

2015

2015 Mulé, N.J. “Is he the son of no one?’A Son’s Relational Narrative on His Mother” in Pelletier, G.L. and Green, F. (Eds.) Men, Mothers and Mothering. Toronto: Demeter Press.

2015

2007. Mulé, N.J. “Sexual Orientation Discrimination in Health Care and Social Service Policy: A Comparative Analysis of Canada, the UK and USA” in L. Badgett and J. Frank, (Eds). Sexual Orientation Discrimination: An International Perspective. (pp. 306 – 322). New York: Routledge. [Peer reviewed]

2007

2005 Mulé, N. “Gay-Sensitive Services” in Turner, F. (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Canadian Social Work. (158 – 159) . Kitchener-Waterloo: Wilfrid Laurier University Press.

2005

2005 Mulé, N. “Sexual Minorities” in Turner, F. (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Canadian Social Work. (358 – 359) . Kitchener-Waterloo: Wilfrid Laurier University Press.

2005

Book Reviews

Publication
Year

Mulé, N.J. Review of Queer Progress: From Homophobia to Homonationalism by Tim McCaskell in Left History, 21 (1), pp. 144 – 147.

2017

1995 Mulé, N. Review of The Balancing Act: Rediscovering Your Feelings by Barbara Killinger, Ph.D. in Leadership in Health Services, 4 (5), September/October, p. 43.

1995

1993 Mulé, N.J. Review of Not A Total Waste by B.M. Lloyd, Ph.D. in Leadership in Health Services, 2 (6), November/December, p. 47.

1993

Journal Articles

Publication
Year

Henrickson, M., Giwa, S., Hafford-Letchfield, T., Cocker, C., Mulé, N.J., Schaub, J. & Baril, A. “Research Ethics with Gender and Sexually Diverse Persons,” International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 17(18), 6615; https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph17186615

2020

Mulé, N.J. “State Involvement in LGBT+ Health and Social Support Issues in Canada.” International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 17(19), 7314; https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph17197314

2020

Mulé, N.J. “Safe Haven Questioned: Proof of Identity over Persecution of SOGIE Asylum Seekers and Refugee Claimants in Canada,” Journal of Immigrant & Refugee Studies, https://doi-org.ezproxy.library.yorku.ca/10.1080/15562948.2019.1639238

2019

Mulé, N.J., Khan, M. & McKenzie, C. “Queering Canadian Social Work Accreditation Standards and Procedures: A Content Analysis,” Social Work Education, https://doi.org/10.1080/02615479.2019.1648408

2019

Mulé, N.J. “Human Rights Questioned: A Queer Perspective,” Canadian Social Work Review, 35 (1), Human Rights Forum, pp. 139 – 146.

2018

Mulé, N.J. “LGBTQI-Identified Human Rights Defenders: Courage in the Face of Adversity at the United Nations,” Gender & Development Journal, 26 (1), special issue on Sexualities, 89 – 101.

2018

Mulé, N.J. “Gender and Sexual Diversity and Social Work: Critical Liberationist Connections,” Canadian Social Work, 20 (1), special edition on Critical Social Work: Past, Present and Future, 111 – 123.

2018

Mulé, N.J., Khan, M. & McKenzie, C. “The growing presence of LGBTQIs at the UN: Arguments and counter arguments,” International Social Work, 0020872817702706.

2017

Mulé, N.J., Mckenzie, C. & Khan, M. “Recognition and Legitimization of SOGI at the UN: A Critical Systemic Analysis.” British Journal of Social Work 139, 1 - 18.

2016

Mulé, N.J., Lowik, A.J., Teixeira, R., Hudler, R. & Hader, D. “Engaged Queer Scholarship: Probing a New Paradigm of Knowledge Creation,” Scholarly and Research Communication 5 (3), 17 pp. http://src-online.ca/index.php/src/article/viewFile/160/327

2014

Nicol, N., Gates-Gasse, E. & Mulé, N.J. “Envisioning Global LGBT Human Rights: Strategic Alliances to Advance Knowledge and Social Change,” Scholarly and Research Communication 5 (3), 16 pp. http://src-online.ca/index.php/src/article/viewFile/165/342

2014

Mulé, N.J. & Smith, M. “Invisible Populations: LGBTQs and Federal Health Policy in Canada,” Canadian Public Administration 57 (2), pp. 234 - 255.

2014

Daley, A. & Mulé, N.J. “LGBTQs and the DSM-5: A critical queer response,” Journal of Homosexuality 61 (9), pp. 1288 - 1312.

2014

Mulé, N.J. “Advocacy Limitations on Gender and Sexually Diverse Activist Organizations in Canada’s Voluntary Sector”, Canadian Journal of Nonprofit and Social Economy Research 2 (1), pp. 5 – 23. http://www.anserj.ca/index.php/cjnser/article/viewFile/52/18

2011

Mulé, N.J. “Same-Sex Marriage and Canadian Relationship Recognition – One Step Forward, Two Steps Back: A Critical Liberationist Perspective”, The Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services (special issue), 22 (1 – 2), pp. 74 – 90.

2010

Mulé, N.J., Ross, L.E., Deeprose, B., Jackson, B.E., Daley, A., Travers, A. & Moore, D. “Promoting LGBT Health and Wellbeing through Inclusive Policy Development,” International Journal for Equity in Health, 8 (18), http://www.equityhealthj.com/content/8/1/18 13 pages. [Highly Accessed]

2009

Mulé, N.J. “Canadian Researchers Studying Gender and Sexually Diverse Populations and Health and Wellbeing: Development of a National Strategic Research Cluster ”, Canadian Social Work, 10 (1), pp. 46 - 63.

2008

Mulé, N.J. “Demarcating Gender and Sexual Diversity on the Structural Landscape of Social Work”, Critical Social Work, 9 (1), http://www.criticalsocialwork.com/units/socialwork/critical.nsf/982f0e5f06b5c9a285256d6e006cff78/ebb5ace61ebf5d368525744c00802bdf?OpenDocument 10 pgs.

2008

Mulé, N.J. “Equality’s Limitations, Liberation’s Challenges: Considerations for Queer Movement Strategizing”, Canadian Online Journal of Queer Studies in Education, 2 (1), http://jqstudies.oise.utoronto.ca/journal/viewarticle.php?id=26 25 pgs.

2006

Mulé, N.J. “Equity vs. Invisibility: Sexual Orientation Issues in Social Work Ethics and Curricula Standards”, Social Work Education, 25 (6), pp. 608 – 622.

2006

Mulé, N.J. “Beyond Words in Health and Wellbeing Policy: ‘Sexual Orientation’ – From Inclusion to Infusion”, Canadian Review of Social Policy, 55, pp. 79 – 98.

2005

Mulé, N. “Social Work and the Provision of Health Care and Social Services to Sexual Minority Populations”, Canadian Social Work, 1 (1), pp. 39-55.

1999

Professional Journal Articles

Publication
Year

Mulé, N.J. “Despite Gains, LGBTI Organizations Face Continued Opposition,” Global Observatory, International Peace Institute, New York, June 28: https://theglobalobservatory.org/2019/06/despite-gains-lgbti-organizations-face-continued-opposition/

2019

Mulé, N.J., Hillock, S. & Craig, S.L. “Queering Social Work Education”, Social Work Now, Toronto: Ontario Association of Social Workers (July)

2017

Mulé, N.J. “Social Work’s Responsibility to LGBTIQs”, KAOS GL Magazine, Turkey, #148, pp. 14 – 15.

2016

Mulé, N.J. “Obstruction of Research, Diminution of Policy Development, Erosion of Democracy”, Canada Watch, Toronto: Robarts Centre for Canadian Studies of York University, (Fall). Pp. 26 – 27.

2015

Mulé, N. “Health Care Issues of Sexual Minorities Neglected”, OASW Newsmagazine, Toronto: OASW, 24, (3), (Autumn). pp. 12,15,18.

1997

Mulé, N. “Silent Victims: Violence Against Lesbians, Gay Men and Bisexuals”, OASW Newsmagazine, Toronto: OASW, 23, (2), (Summer). pp. 13, 16.

1996

Conference Papers

Publication
Year

“Queered Lens on Social Work Theory, Education, Research and Practice: A Dialogue Circle,” with Tim Dueck. Canadian Association for Social Work Education (CASWE), Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, London, ON. Cancelled due to COVID-19.

2020

Film Screening: “QueerEdge: From Gay to Queer Liberation.” Canadian Association for Social Work Education (CASWE), Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, London, ON. Cancelled due to COVID-19.

2020

“Creating Spaces, Maintaining Places for Male on Male Kink.” Kink & Technology: An Inclusive Disciplinary Conference, Prague, Czech Republic, March 9.

2019

“LGBTQ+ Health in the Ontario Policy Context: Still on the Fringe?” with Cameron McKenzie and Maryam Khan. Canadian Association for Social Work Education (CASWE), Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Vancouver, BC, June 4.

2019

“Queer Liberation: A Thriving Bibliographical Ethos.” The Bibliographical Society of Canada (BSC), Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Vancouver, BC, June 3.

2019

Mulé, N.J. “Cultural Intersections: Mental Health Needs of LGBTQ Asylum Seekers and Refugees in Canada.” Also chaired this Session: “Border Crossings: Queer and Trans Migrations.” Social Work and Sexualities International Conference, Montreal, QC, Canada, August 10.

2018

Mulé, N.J. “Is Everyone Included? Where are LGBTQ in the Ontario Policy Context?” With Cameron McKenzie at Canadian Association for Social Work Education (CASWE), Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Regina, SK, May 31.

2018

Mulé, N.J. “LGBTQ Credibility: Proof of Identity over Persecution of Asylum Seekers and Refugee Claimants in Canada.” Canadian Association for Social Work Education (CASWE), Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Regina, SK, May 31.

2018

Mulé, N.J. “Resistances from Within: Differences in Activisms within the LGBTQ Movement.” Sexuality Studies Association (SSA), Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Regina, SK, May 27.

2018

Mulé, N.J. “Airing Dirty Laundry: Messiness of Internal Differences within the LGBTQ Movement.” 2nd Annual Activist Media Archives Symposium, DIRT: Intersectional Approaches to Messiness, Ryerson University, Toronto, ON, Canada, November 11.

2017

Mulé, N.J. “LGBTQ Liberation: Dialectical Renderings Then and Now.” International Herbert Marcuse Society Conference, York University, Toronto, ON, Canada, October 26.

2017

Mulé, N.J. “Liberation, Socialist Values and the Challenge to Homonormativity” with Cameron McKenzie and Maryam Khan at Society for Socialist Studies (SSS), Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Toronto, ON, Canada, June 1.

2017

Mulé, N.J. “Queer Politics and Canada’s LGBTQ Movement: A Critical Liberationist Perspective on 45 Years of Progressions and Regressions.” 150 Ideas that Shaped Canada Conference, York University, Toronto, ON, Canada, October 13.

2017

Mulé, N.J. “Queers and the CASWE Accreditation Standards and Procedures” with Maryam Khan and Cameron McKenzie at Canadian Association for Social Work Education (CASWE), Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Toronto, ON, Canada, May 30.

2017

Mulé, N.J. “Envisioning LGBT Refugee Rights In Canada, Is Canada a Safe Haven?” with Nancy Nicol, Polina Rakina, Craig Cromwell and Kathleen Gamble at Metropolis Conference, Toronto, ON, Canada, March 3.

2016

Mulé, N.J. “The Rise of SOGI: Human Rights for LGBTQ People at the United Nations,” with Cameron McKenzie and Maryam Khan at Academic Council on United Nations System Annual Meeting, New York City, NY, USA, June 18.

2016

Mulé, N.J. “Implications of Anti-LGBTQ Campaigns on United Nations Policy,” with Maryam Khan and Cameron McKenzie at Canadian Association for Social Work Education (CASWE), Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Calgary, AB, Canada, June 1.

2016

Mulé, N.J. “Pronounced Presence: Decolonizing LGBTQ People at the United Nations,” with Cameron McKenzie and Maryam Khan at Sexuality Studies Association, Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Calgary, AB, Canada, May 30.

2016

Mulé, N.J. “Queering Social Work Education,” with Susan Hillock and Maryam Khan at Canadian Association for Social Work Education (CASWE), Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Calgary, AB, Canada, June 1.

2016

Mulé, N.J. “Re-Colonizing Via Homonationalism: Proof of Identity over Persecution of LGBTQ Asylum Seekers and Refugee Claimants in Canada” at Persons and Sexuality Conference, Oxford, UK, July 10.

2016

Mulé, N.J. “Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity (SOGI), Transnationalism and the United Nations: A Role for Social Work” with Maryam Khan and Cameron McKenzie at Sexuality and Social Work Conference, Olten, Switzerland, August 18.

2016

Mulé, N.J. “The Debate that Wasn’t: Implications of Same-Sex Marriage on the Canadian LGBTQ Movement.” After Marriage: The Future of LGBTQ Politics and Scholarship Conference. New York City, NY, USA, October 2.

2016

Mulé, N.J. “The Growing Presence of LGBTQs at the UN: Arguments and Counter-Arguments,” with Maryam Khan and Cameron McKenzie at International Studies Association, New York City, NY, USA, June 13.

2016

Mulé, N.J. “The Impact of Migration and Resettlement on the Mental Health of LGBT Refugees in Canada,” with Nancy Nicol and Polina Rakina at Rainbow Health Ontario Conference, London, ON, Canada, March 9.

2016

Mulé, N.J. “Intersecting Cultures: Addressing the Needs of LGBT Refugees and Asylum Seekers in Canada ,” with Kathleen Gamble at Canadian Association for Social Work Education (CASWE), Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Victoria, BC, Canada, June 2.

2015

Mulé, N.J. “Creating Anti-Elite Discourses: SOGIE Populations and the UN,” Sex and the State 4 Conference, Oxford University, Oxford, England, UK, September 25.

2015

Mulé, N.J. “From Gay to Queer Liberation: A Human Rights Movement Re-Contextualized,” with Rob Teixeira at York University Human Rights Centre, Inclusion Day Conference, York University, Toronto, ON, Canada, January 28.

2015

Mulé, N.J. “The Importance of Difference: Imperatives for the LGBTQ Movement” Persons and Sexualities 8 Conference, Oxford University, Oxford, England, UK, September 24.

2015

Mulé, N.J. “BDSM and the DSM-5: The Pathologization of Kink,” Sex and the State 3 Conference, Montreal, QC, Canada, October 18.

2014

Mulé, N.J. "Constituting LGBTQ Citizenship in Canada’s Shifting Civil Society,” Persons and Sexualities 7 Conference, Montreal, QC, Canada, October 21.

2014

Mulé, N.J. “Contesting the Marriage Model: A Deconstruction of the ‘Choice’ Argument,” Unsettling Marriage: Kinship, Households and the Privatization of Intimacy – Canadian Anthropology Society Conference, Toronto, ON, Canada, May 3.

2014

Mulé, N.J. “Is Canada a Safe Haven for LGBT Refugees?” with Nancy Nicol, Paulina Wyrzykowski, Debbie Douglas and Eric Gitari at World Pride Human Rights Conference, Toronto, ON, Canada, June 25.

2014

Mulé, N.J. “Making the Links: LGBT Refugees and the Effects of Criminalization,” with Nancy Nicol, Craig Cromwell and a member of Pride Uganda Alliance International at Rainbow Health Conference, Toronto, ON, Canada, February 7.

2014

Mulé, N.J. “Return, Re-Contextualization, Resurrection: Queer Liberation Theory,” Persons and Sexualities 7 Conference, Montreal, QC, Canada, October 20.

2014

Mulé, N.J. “Shortcomings of a Promised Land: Experiences of LGBT Refugees and Asylum Seekers in Canada,” Joint World Conference on Social Work, Education and Social Development, Melbourne, Australia, July 10.

2014

Mulé, N.J. “Where is Home? LGBT Refugees and Asylum Seekers in Canada,” Strangers in New Homelands Conference, Winnipeg, MB, Canada, October 24.

2014

Mulé, N.J. “Challenging Psychonormativity: A Queer Critical Analytical Response to the DSM-5 Review,” at Sex Talk II @ York University, Toronto, Ontario Canada, May 1.

2013

Mulé, N.J. “Engaged Queer Scholarship: Probing a New Paradigm of Knowledge Creation,” with A.J. Lowik, Rob Teixeira, Richard Hudler, Davina Hader at Engaged Scholarship Symposium, York University, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, October 2.

2013

Mulé, N.J. “Envisioning Global LGBT Human Rights: Strategic Alliances to Advance Knowledge and Social Change,” with Nancy Nicol and Erika Gates-Gasse at Engaged Scholarship Symposium, York University, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, October 2.

2013

Mulé, N.J. “Sharpening the Queer Project Edge: Organizational Queer Activism and the Movement,” at Sexuality Studies Association, Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Victoria, BC, Canada, June 2.

2013

Mulé, N.J. Roundtable: “SWAN Canada; Towards A Social Work-Based Social Action Praxis,” at Canadian Association of Social Work Education, Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Victoria, BC, Canada, June 6.

2013

Mulé, N.J. “Theorizing the Queer Edge of the LGBTQ Movement,” at Canadian Association of Social Work Education, Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Victoria, BC, Canada, June 4.

2013

Mulé, N.J. “From Gay Liberation to Queer Liberation: Theorizing Evolving LGBTQ Resistance and Radicalism in Canada.” Radically Gay: The Life and Visionary Legacy of Harry Hay, New York City, USA, September 28.

2012

Mulé, N.J. “In Search of LGBTs in Federal and Ontario Health Policy,” with Miriam Smith at The Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) Institute of Gender and Health: ‘Advancing Excellence in Gender, Sex and Health Research’, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, October 29.

2012

Mulé, N.J. Roundtable – Co-Chairperson: “NPO sector public policy advocacy/dialogue/co-construction: What's with the labels?" With DeSantis, G. Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences: Association of Nonprofit and Social Economy Research, Waterloo, ON, May 30.

2012

Mulé, N.J. “Queering Liberation: Community-Based Activism and Theory Development.” Queering Paradigms IV International Conference, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, July 25.

2012

Mulé, N.J. “Queering the DSM-V Review: A Critical Anti-Oppressive Analysis,” with Andrea Daley at The Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) Institute of Gender and Health: ‘Advancing Excellence in Gender, Sex and Health Research’, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, October 29.

2012

Mulé, N.J. “Researching Within, Researching Without: ‘Studying Up’ Power and LGBTQ Community Issues,” at Conflicts and Contradictions: A Forum on Studying Power as Embodied Research(ers), Toronto, Ontario Canada, November 9.

2012

Mulé, N.J. “Resistance and Resurgence: Queer Liberation in Canada.” After Homosexual: The Legacy of Gay Liberation, An International Conference. Melbourne, Australia, February 4.

2012

Mulé, N.J. Roundtable – Co-Chairperson: “Advocacy by the Nonprofit Sector: Forms, Relationships, Policies.” With DeSantis, G. Association for Nonprofit and Social Economy Research (ANSER) – Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Fredericton, NB, June 3.

2011

Mulé, N.J. “Differing Perspectives, Uneven Opportunities: Social Policy and Advocacy in Canada’s Nonprofit Sector.” Association for Nonprofit and Social Economy Research (ANSER) – Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Fredericton, NB, June 1.

2011

Mulé, N.J. “Governmental Regulation of Advocacy in Canada’s Nonprofit Sector: Critical Implications for Democracy.” BenchMark 3.5: International Conference on Nonprofit and Philanthropic Studies. Nonprofit Academic Centers Council (NACC), San Diego, CA, March 25.

2011

Mulé, N.J. Panel Session: “Neo-Liberalism, Diversity and Equity in Schools of Social Work Can the Legacy of Colonization be Overcome?” Canadian Association for Social Work Education – Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Fredericton, NB, June 2.

2011

Mulé, N.J. “Neoliberalism and the Gender and Sexually Diverse: Knowledges and Understandings for Social Work.” Canadian Association for Social Work Education – Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Fredericton, NB, June 1.

2011

Mulé, N.J. “The Importance of Advocacy: How Third Sector Regulation is Limiting Democracy.” Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action (ARNOVA) Annual Conference, Toronto, ON, November 17.

2011

Mulé, N.J. “Transcending the Provincial: LGBT Liberationist Activism in Ontario – From CLGRO to Queer Ontario.” “We Demand”: History/Sex/Activism in Canada Conference, Vancouver, BC, August 27.

2011

Mulé, N. Chaired Session: HIV/AIDS. “We Demand”: History/Sex/Activism in Canada Conference, Vancouver, BC, August 28.

2011

Mulé, N.J. “Advocacy and How it is Perceived: Regulation Implications for Civil Society and Canadian Democracy”, Association of Nonprofits and Social Economy Research (ANSER) – Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Montreal, QC, June 3.

2010

Mulé, N.J. “Bridging HIV/AIDS with Broader Health and Wellbeing Issues”, with Ed Jackson and Bill Ryan at Rainbow Health Ontario 2010 Conference, Toronto, Ontario, March 26.

2010

Mulé, N.J. “Inclusion of Gender and Sexually Diverse on the Agenda: Social Work and Social Development with LGBTs”, 2010 Joint World Conference on Social Work and Social Development: The Agenda, Hong Kong, June 12.

2010

Mulé, N.J. “Linking HIV/AIDS to Broader Health and Wellbeing: A Trajectory in Process”, with Ed Jackson and Bill Ryan at CIHR Institute of Gender and Health Conference, Toronto, Ontario, November 22.

2010

Mulé, N.J. “Ontario Health Policy: LGBT Inclusive or Exclusive?”, with Loralee Gillis and Miriam Smith at Rainbow Health Ontario 2010 Conference, Toronto, Ontario, March 25.

2010

Mulé, N.J. “Queer Lens of Resistance: A Critical Anti-Oppressive Response to the DSM-V Consultations”, with Andrea Daley at PsychOUT: A Conference for Organizing Resistance Against Psychiatry, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE), Toronto, Ontario, May 7.

2010

Mulé, N.J. “Same-Sex Marriage and the Transformation of the Family: A Critical Liberationist Reflection”, Canadian Association for Social Work Education – Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Montreal, QC, June 1.

2010

Mulé, N.J. “The Dirty Word of ‘Advocacy’ in Canada’s Voluntary Sector: Implications for Social Work”, School of Social Work 4th Annual Research Symposium, York University, Toronto, Ontario, April 16.

2010

Mulé, N.J. Keynote Speaker: “From Health Research to Healthy Policy: Challenges and Responsibilities of LGBT Knowledge Transfer”, Research with Pride: A Community Forum, Toronto, Ontario, October.

2009

Mulé, N.J. “Gender and Sexual Diversity as Cultural Identity in Health and Social Policy”, 2009 Canadian Society for the Study of Education Pre-Conference – Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Ottawa, ON, May 26.

2009

Mulé, N.J. “Global Social Justice for the Gender and Sexually Diverse: A Form of International Social Work”, Canadian Association for Social Work Education – Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Ottawa, ON, May 28.

2009

Mulé, N.J. Panel: “Legal Recognition of Same-Sex Relationships: Advancing Social Work's Understanding of the Issue”, 55th Annual Program Meeting, San Antonio, Texas, USA, November.

2009

Mulé, N.J. “Queering the UN: Strategizing for Dialogue”, 2009 World Out Games International Conference on LGBT Human Rights, Copenhagen, Denmark, July 29.

2009

Mulé, N.J. “Rainbow Health Network: An LGBT Health and Wellbeing Community Development Model”, with Phyllis Waugh at 2009 World Out Games International Conference on LGBT Human Rights, Copenhagen, Denmark, July 27.

2009

Mulé, N.J. Plenary Panel: “Absence, Disappearance and Erasure: The Triptych Closeting of LGBTs in Health Policy”, Rainbow Health Network (RHN) Public Forum on the International Day Against Homophobia, Toronto, Ontario, May 13.

2008

Mulé, N.J. “Addressing Global Culture Clash: Creating Dialogues between Gender and Sexually Diverse Populations and the UN”, Society for Socialist Studies – Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Vancouver, BC, June 1.

2008

Mulé, N.J. “Queering the Global Human Rights Scene: In Pursuit of Recognition and Legitimization of the Gender and Sexually Diverse at the United Nations (UN)”, CASW – CASSW Social Work National Conference, Toronto, Ontario, May 24.

2008

Mulé, N.J. “Valuing the Global Presence of the Gender and Sexually Diverse: Developing Anti-Oppressive Dialogues at the UN”, Canadian Association for the Study of International Development – Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Vancouver, BC, June 3.

2008

Mulé, N.J. “Addressing Global Gender and Sexual Diversity Status: Cautioning against Colonialism through Ethics and Principles”, IASSW – CASSW International Symposium, Toronto, Ontario, July 13.

2007

Mulé, N.J. “Expanding the Social Determinants of Health: Centring Gender and Sexual Diversity within an Intersectional Framework”, Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Canadian Association of Schools of Social Work, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, May 30.

2007

Mulé, N.J. “Promoting the Health and Well-Being of Gender and Sexually Diverse Populations in Policy”, IUHPE World Conference on Health Promotion and Health Education, Vancouver, BC, June 11.

2007

Mulé, N.J. “Recognizing the Health and Well-Being of Gender and Sexually Diverse Populations in Public Health Policy”, Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Health and Public Policy Group, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, May 31.

2007

Mulé, N. Plenary: “Constituting Sexual Citizenship in Canada’s Shifting Civil Society”, Global Queeries: Sexualities, Globalities, Postcolonialities Conference, London, Ontario, May.

2006

Mulé, N.J. “Demarcating Gender and Sexual Diversity on the Structural Landscape of Social Work”, Structural Social Work Conference, Toronto, Ontario, September.

2006

Mulé, N.J. “Recognition of Sexual Diversity in Public Health Policy: A 3 – City Comparison”, Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Canadian Association of Schools of Social Work, Toronto, Ontario, June.

2006

Mulé, N.J. Presentation: “The Social Determinants of Health and Gay Men”, Toronto Public Health, Gay Men’s Health Committee, Toronto, May.

2006

Mulé, N.J. “De-Closeting Sexual Minorities in Health Policy”, Health Equity and Diversity Conference, Toronto, Ontario, June.

2005

Mulé, N.J. “Determinants of LGBTTTIQ Health and Developing Public Health Goals for Canada”, with Beth Jackson, Canadian Rainbow Health Coalition Conference, Halifax, Nova Scotia, November.

2005

Mulé, N.J. “Developing a Strategy to Move Forward on LGBT Wellness”, with Barry Deeprose, Canadian Rainbow Health Coalition Conference, Halifax, Nova Scotia, November.

2005

Mulé, N.J. “Equality’s Limitations, Liberation’s Challenges: Considerations for Queer Movement Strategizing”, Queer Communities & Controversies Conference, OISE, Toronto, Ontario, June.

2005

Mulé, N.J. “Recognition of Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Health and Social Service Issues in Social Policy: A Comparative Study of Canada, the UK and USA”, Gay and Lesbian Medical Association Conference, Montreal, Quebec, September.

2005

Mulé, N.J. “Recognition of Sexual Diversity in Urban Health Policy”, International Conference on Urban Health, Toronto, Ontario, October.

2005

Mulé, N.J. Poster: “Social Justice Framework for GLBT Wellness”, Health Equity and Diversity Conference, Toronto, Ontario, June.

2005

Mulé, N. Plenary: “Strategic Directions on GLBTT-SQI Wellness”, with Barry Deeprose, Canadian Rainbow Health Coalition Conference, Halifax, Nova Scotia, November.

2005

Mulé, N.J. “The Education of 5 Helping Professions on Sexual Minority Health and Wellness: How Social Work Fares?”, Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Canadian Association of Schools of Social Work, London, Ontario, May.

2005

Mulé, N.J. “Absence = Neglect: Sexual Minority Recognition in Policy”, Rainbow Health 2004: Improving Access to Care, Canadian Rainbow Health Coalition, Gatineau, Quebec, November.

2004

Mulé, N.J. “Capacity in Sexual Minority Issues: Ethics, Practice Standards, Education Curricula and Training of Health Care and Social Service Professionals”, Health Professionals’ Meeting, Canadian Rainbow Health Coalition, Ottawa, April.

2004

Mulé, N.J. “Gay Marriage and Queer Culture: One Step Forward, Two Steps Back – A Liberationist Perspective”, Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Canadian Gay and Lesbian Studies Association, Winnipeg, Manitoba, May.

2004

Mulé, N.J. Plenary Panel: “Same-Sex Marriage and Queer Culture: One Step Forward, Two Steps Back – A Liberationist Perspective”, Pride Week Public Forum, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto, June.

2004

Mulé, N.J. “De-Closeting Sexual Minorities in Health Policy”, Health Equity and Diversity Conference, Toronto, Ontario, June.

2004

Mulé, N.J. “Beyond Words in Social Policy: ‘Sexual Orientation’ – from Inclusion to Infusion”, Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Canadian Gay and Lesbian Studies Association, Halifax, Nova Scotia, June.

2003

Mulé, N.J. “Sexual Orientation Issues in Social Work Curricula: A Comparative Analysis between Canada, UK and USA”, Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Canadian Association of Schools of Social Work, Halifax, Nova Scotia, June.

2003

Mulé, N.J. “American and Canadian Social Policy and the Recognition of Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Health and Social Service Issues: A Systemic/Structural Context”, United in Care, the 20th Annual Conference of the Gay and Lesbian Medical Association, Toronto, October.

2002

Mulé, N.J. “Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Representation in Canadian Health and Social Policy: A Structural Context”, ‘Social Work – From Sea to Sea’ – National Social Work Conference, Moncton, New Brunswick, June.

2002

Mulé, N. Plenary Panel: “Contemporary Human Rights Issues in Ontario”, plenary panel, Ontario Association of Social Workers 2001 Conference, Toronto, June.

2001

Mulé, N.J. “You and Your Epilepsy: Playing an Active Role”, Annual Epilepsy Toronto Conference, Toronto, November.

2000

Mulé, N.J. “Persons with Disabilities: Truths and Myth-Conceptions”, training panel for the Ontario Human Rights Commission, Toronto, March.

1999

Mulé, N.J. “Psychosocial Issues in Epilepsy”, Epilepsy – Partnership for Care Symposium, University of Toronto Teaching Hospitals, Toronto, April.

1999

Mulé, N.J. “Adults with Epilepsy and their Families”, Annual Epilepsy Toronto Conference, Toronto, November.

1998

Mulé, N.J. “Bringing It Home: Implications for Canada”, panel at Not Just Paper Conference: An educational & skills building conference examining the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Toronto, February.

1998

Mulé, N. “Bringing It Home: Implications for Canada”, panel at Not Just Paper Conference: An educational & skills building conference examining the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Toronto, February.

1998

Mulé, N.J. “From Knowledge to Action: Canada’s Role on Queer Rights in the International Human Rights Scene”, with Richard Elliott, Queering the Nation Conference, Toronto, June.

1998

Mulé, N.J. “Patient/Client Satisfaction: Are Queer Health Care and Social Service Needs Being Met?” Queering the Nation Conference, Toronto, June.

1998

Mulé, N.J. “Social Work and the Provision of Health Care and Social Services to Sexual Minority Populations”, ‘Social Work - Our Roots, Our Future’ -- National Social Work Conference, Edmonton, Alberta, June.

1998

Mulé, N.J. “More than a Whisper, Less than a Shout: Amnesty International and Human Rights Violations Against Sexual Minorities and People with HIV/AIDS”, Amnesty International Canada (English Speaking) Annual General Meeting, Toronto, May/June.

1997

Mulé, N.J. “Addressing Domestic Violence in Same-Sex SM Relationships”, the National Leather Association Conference, Toronto, October.

1995

Mulé, N.J. “A Pro-Feminist Approach to Working with Victims/Survivors and Perpetrators of Same-Sex Domestic Violence” with Donna MacAulay, The 16th National Lesbian and Gay Health Conference, New York City, June.

1994

Mulé, N.J. “Abuse in Same-Sex Relationships”, with Donna MacAulay and Ailsa Craig at the Conference on Abuse in Same-Sex Relationships, Queen’s University, Kingston, October.

1994

Mulé, N.J. “Amnesty International and the Protection of Sexual Diversity”, International Leather Association Conference, Toronto, October.

1994

Mulé, N.J. “Affirming Sexual Minorities: Addressing Systemic Heterosexism in Health Care and Social Services”, The 15th Annual Guelph Conference and Training Institute on Sexuality, Guelph, June.

1993

Mulé, N.J. “Recognizing and Addressing Violence in Same-Sex Relationships” with Donna MacAulay, The 15th Annual Guelph Conference and Training Institute on Sexuality, Guelph, June.

1993

Mulé, N.J. “State Institutions”, panel at 'Outrights' -- The 2nd Pan-Canadian Conference on Lesbian and Gay Rights, Vancouver, October.

1992

Mulé, N.J. “Dismantling Heterosexism and Homophobia in Social Services”, with Kristin Smith, Festival ’91 Social Services Conference, Hamilton, June.

1991

Mulé, N.J. “The Gay Positive Counsellor: Strategies on Developing Gay Sensitivity.” The 13th Annual Guelph Conference on Sexuality, Guelph, June.

1991

Mulé, N.J. “Clinical Perspectives on Homosexuality”, Ontario Family Guidance Centre, Professional Development Workshop, Oakville, January.

1990

Mulé, N.J. “School Responsibility to Children of Abused Mothers”, Family Violence Prevention Project, Tri-School Boards of Hamilton-Wentworth Conference, Niagara on the Lake, April.

1990

Mulé, N.J. “Applying the Code of Ethics to Counselling Practice”, Family Services of Hamilton-Wentworth Inc. Professional Development Workshop, Hamilton, October.

1989

Mulé, N.J. “Family Violence: Child, Wife, Parent and Elderly Abuse”, Telecare Hamilton, Volunteer Training Class, Hamilton, December.

1989

Mulé, N.J. “Abuse Against Women: Impact on All Family Members”, Telecare Hamilton, Volunteer Training Class, Hamilton, December.

1988

Conference Proceedings

Publication
Year

Mulé, N.J. & Daley, A. “Queer Lens of Resistance: A Critical Anti-Oppressive Response to the DSM-V Consultations”, PsychOUT Proceedings, Toronto, http://individual.utoronto.ca/psychout/papers/mule-etal.html May.

2010

Mulé, N.J. “Gender and Sexual Diversity as Cultural Identity in Health and Social Policy”, Queer Issues in the Study of Education and Culture, 2009 Canadian Society for the Study of Education Proceedings, Ottawa, pp. 51 – 53. May.

2009

Mulé, N. “Equity vs. Invisibility: Sexual Orientation Issues in Social Work Curricula” Joint Conference of the International Federation of Social Workers and the International Association of Schools of Social Work Proceedings, Montreal, www.arcaf.net/social_work_proceedings/abstracts/Mule.html September.

2000

Mulé, N. “Immediate Effectiveness of Self-Esteem Groups on Adults with Epilepsy”, Epilepsia: Proceedings of the 23rd International Epilepsy Congress, Prague, 40 (2), p. 101. September.

1999

Mulé, N. “A Case of Neglect: The Response of Health Care and Social Services to Sexual Minority Communities”, Proceedings of the Removing Barriers: Inclusion, Diversity, and Social Justice in Health Symposium, Toronto, pp. 84-85. June.

1998

Policy Papers

Publication
Year

House of Commons Standing Committee – LGBTQ2 Health in Canada – “Queer Ontario Brief,” with Queer Ontario, May 2. Cited in The Health of LGBTQIA2 Communities in Canada: Report of the Standing Committee on Health, Bill Casey, Chair. House of Commons, 42nd Parliament, 1st Session, June.

2019

House of Commons Standing Committee – LGBTQ2 Health in Canada – “Toward a National LGBTQ2 Health Strategy,” Brief with Cameron McKenzie and Maryam Khan, May 2. Cited in The Health of LGBTQIA2 Communities in Canada: Report of the Standing Committee on Health, Bill Casey, Chair. House of Commons, 42nd Parliament, 1st Session, June.

2019

Mulé, N.J. & Hudler, R. Queer Ontario’s Deputation on Bill 77: Affirming Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Act, (June 3), Toronto.

2015

Mulé, N.J., Oraa, C. & Hader, D. Queer Ontario’s Deputation on Bill 33: Toby’s Act, (Right to be Free from Discrimination and Harassment Because of Gender Identity or Gender Expression), 2012, (June 11), Toronto.

2012

Mulé, N.J. & Oraa, C. Queer Ontario’s Deputation on Bills 13: Accepting Schools Act, 2012: An Act to amend the Education Act with respect to bullying and other matters; Bill 14: An Act to designate Bullying Awareness and Prevention Week in Schools and to provide for bullying prevention curricula, policies and administrative accountability in schools, (May 14), Toronto.

2012

Mulé, N.J. Queer Ontario’s Deputation on the Funding of Pride Toronto. Item Ex5.1: Compliance with the City of Toronto's Anti-Discrimination Policy, (May 24), Toronto. http://www.scribd.com/doc/56221841/City-of-Toronto-Deputation

2011

Mulé, N.J. & Travers, A. Presentation to the Central Toronto Local Health Integrative Network (LHIN) regarding the recognition of LGBTs as an equitable group for provision of health policy, funding and services, (April), Toronto.

2008

Mulé, N.J. Online submission to the Canadian Museum for Human Rights Consultation, (March), Winnipeg.

2008

Mulé, N.J. Online submission to the Ontario Human Rights Commission (OHRC) Gender Identity Policy Consultation, (February), Toronto.

2008

Mulé, N.J. Online submission to the Statistics Canada 2011 Census Content Consultation, (November), Ottawa.

2007

Mulé, N.J., Hudler, R., Warner, T. & Mehta, A. Presentation to the Ontario Standing Committee on Justice Policy – Bill 107 2006 An Act to Amend the Human Rights Code, (November), Toronto.

2006

Mulé, N.J. & Hudler, R. Presentation to the Standing Committee on Justice and Human Rights – Same-Sex Marriage, (April), Toronto.

2003

Mulé, N.J. Written submission to The Romanow Commission on Health Care Reform. “Addressing the Broad Health Care Issues and Needs of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgendered Canadians,” (March), Ottawa.

2002

Mulé, N.J. Written submission to The Romanow Commission on Health Care Reform. “Addressing the Broad Health Care Issues and Needs of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgendered Canadians,” (March), Ottawa.

2002

Mulé, N.J. [Also on behalf of the Rainbow Health Network (RHN)] . Presentation to the Ontario Legislative Assembly’s Standing Committee on Justice and Social Policy – Bill 125 Ontarians with Disabilities Act, (December), Toronto.

2001

Mulé, N.J. Presentation to the Toronto Police Services Board – Choosing A New Chief Of Police, (October), Toronto.

1999

Mulé, N.J. Written submission to Statistics Canada regarding 2001 Census Content Determination Project, (March), Ottawa.

1998

Mulé, N.J. Written submission to The Health Services Restructuring Commission, (April), Toronto.

1997

Mulé, N.J. & Pavelich, G. Presentation and written submission to the Toronto Transition Team Re: Bill 103, The City of Toronto Act, 1997, (July), Toronto.

1997

Mulé, N.J. Written submission to the Ontario Provincial Parliament – Bill 19: An Act to repeal the Advocacy Act, 1992, revise the Consent to Treatment Act, 1992, Amend the Substitute Decisions Act, 1992 and Amend other Acts in Respect of Related Matters, (February), Toronto.

1996

Mulé, N.J. Presentation and written submission to the Hamilton-Wentworth Regional Police. “Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgendered Community Consultation with the Hamilton-Wentworth Regional Police”, (October), Hamilton.

1996

Mulé, N.J. Written submission to the Ontario Provincial Parliament regarding Omnibus Bill 26, (January), Toronto.

1996

Mulé, N.J. Presentation to the Ontario Legislative Assembly’s Standing Committee on Justice and Social Policy – Bill 8, An Act to Repeal Job.

1995

Mulé, N.J. Written submission to the Metropolitan Toronto District Health Council – Hospital Restructuring Project, (October), Toronto.

1994

Mulé, N.J. Quotas and to Restore Merit-Based Employment Practices in Ontario, (November), Toronto.

1994

Mulé, N.J. Presentation and written submission to the Ontario Legislative Assembly’s Standing Committee on Justice and Social Policy – Employment Equity Act, (December), Toronto.

1993

Research Reports

Publication
Year

Mulé, N.J., McKenzie, C. & Khan, M. Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity and Expression (SOGIE) and the CASWE-ACFTS Accreditation Standards and Procedures. CASWE-ACFTS Queer Caucus, Toronto, 19 pages.

2017

Gamble, K., Mulé, N.J., Nicol, N., Waugh, P. & Jordan S. Envisioning LGBT Refugee Rights in Canada: Is Canada a Safe Haven? Envisioning Global LGBT Human Rights, Toronto, 58 pages.

2015

Mulé, N. & Gates-Gasse, E. Envisioning LGBT Refugee Rights in Canada: Exploring Asylum Issues. Envisioning Global LGBT Human Rights, Toronto, 32 pages.

2012

Mulé, N., Brotman, S. & Ryan, B. Report on the National Strategic Research Cluster Development Meeting on Gender and Sexual Diversity and Health and Wellbeing. Toronto, pp. 26.

2007

Jackson, B., Daley, A., Moore, D., Mulé, N., Ross, L., Travers, A., Montgomery, E. Whose Public Health? An Intersectional Approach to Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity and the Development of Public Health Goals for Canada, (Discussion Paper submitted to Health Canada), Rainbow Health Network (RHN)/Coalition for Lesbian and Gay Rights in Ontario (CLGRO), Toronto, pp. 44.

2006

Mulé, N., Donald, C., Warner, T., Russell, E., Tremble, B. Systems Failure: A Report on the Experiences of Sexual Minorities in Ontario’s Health-Care and Social-Services Systems, (Final Report submitted to Health Canada), Coalition for Lesbian and Gay Rights in Ontario (CLGRO), Toronto, pp. 150.

1997

Creative Works

Publication
Year

Mulé, N.J. “QueerEdge: From Gay to Queer Liberation” feature documentary. Principal Investigator, Director, Writer, Executive Producer. Dissident Voices Productions.

2019

Nicol, N. Stand Together. Feature documentary.

2002

“Pass It On.” Historical exhibit of the LGBT movement in Canada. Toronto: Canadian Lesbian and Gay Archives, Coalition for Lesbian and Gay Rights in Ontario, Gay and Lesbian Community Appeal.

1995

Public Lectures

Publication
Year

Roundtable: “Critical Trans Politics.” With Gwen Benaway, Dan Irving, reese simpkins, Syrus Marcus Ware. Sexuality Studies Association (SSA), Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, London, ON. Cancelled due to COVID-19.

2020

Film Screening: “QueerEdge: From Gay to Queer Liberation” and post-screening talkback. Sexuality Studies Association (SSA), Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Vancouver, BC, June 4.

2019

Film Screening: “QueerEdge: From Gay to Queer Liberation” and post-screening talkback on panel with Charlie Hill and Marie Robertson, moderated by Rick Telfer. Capital Pride, Ottawa Public Library, Ottawa, ON, August 21.

2019

Roundtable: “Queered Lens on Social Work Education and Research: In Circle Conversation.” With Tim Dueck. Canadian Association for Social Work Education (CASWE), Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Vancouver, BC, June 6.

2019

Film Screening: “QueerEdge: From Gay to Queer Liberation” and post-screening talkback on panel with Eliza Goroya chaired by Daniel Conway at Living on the Margins Conference, London, England, UK, April 12.

2019

Roundtable: “CASWE: Integrating Sexualities, Genders and Intersectionalities into Social Work Education.” With Susan Cadell, Shirley Chau, Liza Lorenzetti, Francois Luu, Shari McConnell, Heather Peters, Helene Albert. Social Work and Sexualities International Conference, Montreal, QC, Canada, August 9.

2018

Panel Presentation: “Media Activism with Queer and Indigenous Communities: Using Film and Digital Storytelling as Tools for Social Change.” With Wendy McGuire, Marusya Bociurkiw and Ravin Sinclair. Canadian Association for Social Work Education (CASWE), Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Toronto, ON, Canada, May 30.

2017

Roundtable: “The Shifting Terrain Book Launch: A Roundtable on Public Policy Advocacy in Canada Today and in the Future.” With Gloria DeSantis. Association of Nonprofit and Social Economy Research (ANSER) – Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Toronto, ON, June 1.

2017

Panel Presentation: “Envisioning LGBT Asylum in Canada: Is Canada a Safe Haven?” With Nancy Nicol and Junic Wambya, Refugee Matters Series, Centre for Refugee Studies, York University, Toronto, ON, Canada, February 24.

2016

Roundtable: “SWAN Canada; Towards a social work-based social action praxis,” at Canadian Association of Social Work Education (CASWE) – Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Victoria, BC, Canada, June 6.

2013

Roundtable – Co-Chairperson: “NPO sector public policy advocacy/dialogue/co-construction: What's with the labels?" With Gloria DeSantis. Association of Nonprofit and Social Economy Research (ANSER) – Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Waterloo, ON, May 30.

2012

Roundtable – Co-Chairperson: “Advocacy by the Nonprofit Sector: Forms, Relationships, Policies.” With DeSantis, G. Association for Nonprofit and Social Economy Research (ANSER) – Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Fredericton, NB, June 3.

2011

Panel Presentation: “Neo-Liberalism, Diversity and Equity in Schools of Social Work Can the Legacy of Colonization be Overcome?” Canadian Association for Social Work Education (CASWE) – Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Fredericton, NB, June 2.

2011

Mulé, N. 2007. Roundtable Facilitator: “Social Movements and Human Rights” with Allyson Lunny, Sex Talk: Sexuality Studies Research at York, York University, April.

2007

Mulé, N.J. 2006. Presentation: “The Social Determinants of Health and Gay Men”, Toronto Public Health, Gay Men’s Health Committee, Toronto, Ontario, May.

2006

Mulé, N. 2004. Plenary Panel: “Same-Sex Marriage and Queer Culture: One Step Forward, Two Steps Back – A Liberationist Perspective”, Pride Week Public Forum, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto, June.

2004

Mulé, N. 2003. Plenary Panel: “Restricting Queer Voices: Keeping the Queer Movement on a Leash”, Coalition for Lesbian and Gay Rights in Ontario Public Forum on Queer Rights and the Voluntary Sector, Toronto, Ontario, April.

2003

Mulé, N. 2001. “Social Policy and the Equitable Provision of Health Care and Social Services to Lesbians, Gays and Bisexuals”, research study design presentation, Department of Applied Social Science, University of Manchester, Manchester, March.

2001

Mulé, N. 2000. Plenary Panel: “Challenging Discrimination in Health Care: A Sexual Minorities Perspective”, Removing Barriers II Conference, Vancouver, May.

2000

Mulé, N. 1999. Presentation: “The Treatment of Lesbians and Gays in the Health Care and Social Service System”, Southern Ontario Gay and Lesbian Association of Doctors, Toronto, February.

1999

Mulé, N. 1998. “Recognizing Male to Male Violence”, Public Forum, Toronto, November.

1998

Forthcoming

Publication
Year

Forthcoming. Review of Current Issues in Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Health by Jay Harcourt (Ed) in Social Work Education.

Mulé, N.J. (Forthcoming) . “Under the Radar: Recognition of Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Health and Wellbeing in Policy.” Manuscript proposal accepted at University of Toronto Press.



Current Courses

Term Course Number Section Title Type
Fall 2021 AP/SXST3603 3.0 A Sexual Activism, Movements and Politics REMT


Upcoming Courses

Term Course Number Section Title Type
Winter 2022 GS/SOWK7000 3.0 M Social Justice within a SOWK Context SEMR


Dr. Nick Mulé’s research interests are in the areas of advocacy, social inclusion/exclusion of gender and sexually diverse populations (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transsexual, transgender, two-spirit, genderqueer, intersex, queer, questioning – LGBTQ) in social policy and service provision and the degree of recognition of these populations as distinct communities in cultural, systemic and structural contexts. He also engages in critical analysis of the LGBTQ movement and the development of queer liberation theory.

Current research projects include a study of the regulation of advocacy and political activity in Canada’s voluntary sector and its implications on charities and non-profits. Another study examines the recognition and legitimization of gender and sexually diverse populations in policy at the United Nations. Nick also writes about the LGBT movement applying a critical liberationist analytical perspective and is currently conducting research on the development of queer liberation theory.

At the School of Social Work he teaches core and elective courses that span theory, policy and practice at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.

Nick is also active at the community level as founder and chairperson of Queer Ontario. In the past he was a founding member of Amnesty International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Action Circle; founding board member for the Canadian Rainbow Health Coalition, active with the Coalition for Lesbian and Gay Rights in Ontario (CLGRO) for 20 years including director and spokesperson; founded and was chairperson of the Rainbow Health Network. He has been appointed co-chairperson of the Ontario LGBT Research & Policy Think Tank by Rainbow Health Ontario and founder of CLGRO’s successor Queer Ontario.

Degrees

Doctor of Philosophy, Social Policy and Social Work, University of Manchester
Master of Social Work, New York University
Bachelor of Arts, Sociology, McMaster University
Social Service Worker Diploma, Mohawk College

Appointments

Faculty of Health

Professional Leadership

Editorial Positions:
2019 – Present Member of the International Editorial Board, Social Inclusion
2017 – Present Member of the International Editorial Advisory Board, Harrington Park Press
Professional Association Role:
2011 - Present Queer Caucus, Canadian Association of Social Work Education (CASWE), Chairperson
Faculty Association Role:
2020 - Present, Co-Chairperson, Joint Committee on the Administration of the Agreement - Long-Range Planning, York University Faculty Association (YUFA)

Community Contributions

2018 – Present No Pride in Policing Coalition, Member
2009 – Present Queer Ontario, Founder and past Chairperson, currently Secretary
2000 – Present The Council of Canadians, Canada, Member
1988 – Present Amnesty International Canada (English Speaking Section), Member

Research Interests

Social Work , Sexuality, • Social inclusion/exclusion of gender and sexually diverse populations in social policy and service provision and the degree of their recognition as distinct communities in cultural, systemic and structural contexts, • Gender and sexually diverse populations and their role as a social movement in civil society, • Regulation of advocacy and lobbying in the nonprofit sector and its impact on social change and democratization, • Theorizing queer liberation

Current Research Projects

Party 'N Play - Long Play (PNPLP)

    Summary:

    This multi-modal research study examines men who engage in sex with other men (MSM) in Toronto and the use of methamphetamines in direct relation to sexplay, a practice known in North America as “PNP” (party and play). The project title acknowledges, on the one hand, the kinds of durational sex practices which often accompany meth use and, on the other, the vinyl long play record (or “LP”) which carries importance as a tool that accompanies sexual play.

    Description:

    PNPLP is materializing through three interventions that are intended to break the silence surrounding social-sexual meth use: written, video, and audio. Employed is sensory ethnographic research that explores the world of social-sexual pleasure seeking and experience that include meth use. Deployed is exploratory arts-based research regarding such spaces, inclusive of sound as part of data and outputs in relation to video, also known as A/r/tography, a qualitative method. This research is putting the following three methods to work:

    i) Content (queer sexuality studies space theories), field research (participant observation, participant comprehension).
    ii) Employing language, images, materials, situations, space and time via art, research, and education.
    iii) Semi-structured qualitative interviews.

    Project Type: Funded
    Start Date:
      Month: Dec   Year: 2020

    End Date:
      Month: Jul   Year: 2022

    Funders:
    LA&PS, York University
2SLGBTQ+ Ontarians’ experiences with social assistance: Conducting preliminary research to nurture partnerships in the area of 2SLGBTQ+ poverty and health

    Summary:

    Two-spirit, lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, and queer (2SLGBTQ+) people experience both health
    disparities and economic inequities relative to their heterosexual and cisgender (non-trans) peers.
    Although poverty is widely understood to be a critically important determinant of health, few studies
    have investigated the relationships between poverty and health in 2SLGBTQ+ populations, or the
    possible social and structural relationships that sustain these inequities. Our project will address this
    research gap, and in doing so will build an emerging multidisciplinary network, the Canadian Coalition
    Against 2SLGBTQ+ Poverty (CCA2P). The research team is led by representatives from 2SLGBTQ+
    community organizations and academic researchers from Canadian universities, and includes
    community advocates and research trainees. Project activities will aim to a) support coalition-building
    between academics, organizations and community members working on issues of 2SLGBTQ+ rights
    and poverty, working to build a national multisectoral partnership; b) collaborate on communitydriven
    research that examines 2SLGBTQ+ peoples’ experiences accessing social assistance in Ontario,
    a community-identified research priority; c) meaningfully engage 2SLGBTQ+ people who identify as
    having lived experience of poverty throughout research and coalition-building activities; and d)
    collaborate on a funding proposal, informed by our preliminary data, to support national research and
    partnership-building on this topic. By enabling a more fulsome understanding of 2SLGBTQ+ poverty
    from diverse stakeholders, these partnership activities ultimately aim to address the economic and
    associated health inequities currently experienced by 2SLGBTQ+ people in Canada.

    Description:

    Two-spirit, lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, and queer (2SLGBTQ+) populations in Canada experience
    significantly worse health outcomes, relative to heterosexual and cis (non-trans) populations (Bauer &
    Scheim, 2015; Brennan et al., 2010; Steele et al., 2009). Increasingly, scholars are recognizing that
    poverty (broadly defined using indicators such as the low income cut-off) is a cause of poor health in
    marginalized populations (Berkman et al., 2014), and scholars of 2SLGBTQ+ health note that
    socioeconomic factors contribute to poor health outcomes for sexual and gender minority people as
    well (Bostwick et al., 2014; Ross et al., 2016; Robinson 2017; Robinson et al., 2016). Despite
    agreement that the relationship between poverty and poor health in 2SLGBTQ+ populations is worth
    examining, few studies empirically substantiate this link, or reveal how it operates (Thomeer, 2015).

    Experiences with social assistance (SA) have been identified as a possible link between poverty and
    health in marginalized populations (Lightman et al., 2009; Smith-Carrier, 2017). In an Ontario study,
    SA recipients were more likely than non-SA recipients in all income categories to report high stress,
    along with 37 out of 39 poor health outcomes (Lightman et al., 2009). The authors suggest that
    adverse physical and mental health among SA recipients is due to the stress this population
    experiences in SA systems, which often stigmatize recipients and are under-resourced (Lightman et
    al., 2009). SA recipients marginalized on the basis of their sexual orientation, gender, race, disability,
    and other differences, may be more likely to experience stigma and discrimination and, by extension,
    stress and poor health outcomes, as a result of their encounters with SA systems (Smith-Carrier,
    2017).

    In spite of associations between poverty and poor health in 2SLGBTQ+ populations (Bauer &
    Scheim, 2015; Brennan et al., 2010; Steele et al., 2009), and the likely role of stressors associated with
    accessing SA (Lightman et al., 2009; Smith-Carrier, 2017), no studies of 2SLGBTQ+ populations’
    experiences with SA have been conducted. As a result of this research gap, the issues of 2SLGBTQ+
    people in poverty, and the concerns of sexual and gender minority SA recipients in particular, are
    often not considered in policy development and practice. Although not all 2SLGBTQ+ people living in
    poverty will access SA, this subset of our community may be particularly vulnerable to adverse health
    outcomes, given the stressors associated with poverty and accessing SA (Lightman et al., 2009).

    To address this gap, the coalition will:

    1. generate a preliminary evidence base by examining the experience of 2SLGBTQ+ people who access
    SA across the life course in Ontario;
    2. strengthen an emerging partnership among stakeholders currently addressing 2SLGBTQ+ poverty in
    Ontario and across Canada, and build new connections within this area;
    3. meaningfully engage 2SLGBTQ+ people who self-identify as having lived experience of poverty
    throughout the research and coalition-building activities; and
    4. collaborate on a funding proposal, informed by our preliminary data, to support future work
    exploring the impact of poverty (defined broadly) on the health of 2SLGBTQ+ people in Ontario, and
    in future stages of this work, Canada-wide.

    These objectives respond to community needs articulated at a foundational agenda-setting
    meeting of the Canadian Coalition Against 2SLGBTQ+ Poverty (CCA2P). CCA2P is a diverse and growing
    group of community, academic, and service provider stakeholders committed to highlighting, reducing, and eliminating economic disparities associated with sexual orientation, gender identity,
    and gender expression in Canada (Ross & Khanna for CCA2P, 2017). The proposed project would
    represent CCA2P’s first research activities in support of this commitment.

    Project Type: Funded
    Role: Collaborator

    Start Date:
      Month: Apr   Year: 2020

    End Date:
      Month: Mar   Year: 2022

    Funders:
    University of Toronto - Connaught Community Partnership Research Program
The political economy of precarious work: Stories of economic insecurity and work among sexual minority men

    Summary:

    The goal of this project is to build knowledge and understanding regarding the labour market experiences of sexual minorities experiencing economic insecurity. We are meeting this goal by asking “What are the stories of economic insecurity and work among sexual minorities?” TNG works to support those facing economic insecurity to find employment. Sexual minorities are overrepresented among those in poverty, face income inequities, and are discriminated against in the labour market, resulting in working conditions characterized by precarity. Previous research describes the economic disparities of sexual minorities and describes their experiences of discrimination in the workplace. However, to date, no research has been done on this topic, leading to a knowledge gap and a lack of best practices to support sexual minorities navigating the labour market. This project advances previous research by characterizing the labour market experiences of those employed by precarious working conditions. This project assists TNG to better understand the needs and experiences of the sexual minority populations they work with.

    Description:

    This project explores the labour market experiences of sexual minority men precariously employed in Toronto to better inform policy and social services that support employment outcomes. The project explores the pathways that lead to economic insecurity and precarious employment among sexual minority men and use men’s stories to propose and inform interventions, policies and programs that will create positive material change for this population. In Ontario, labour market disparities and workplace discrimination of marginalized groups continues despite legal protections around equitable hiring practices and workplace discrimination (e.g., The Employment Equity Act, Ontario Human Rights Act, OPS Inclusion and Diversity Blueprint, Fight for Labour Rights movements) (1,2). Employment and social services offered through The Neighbourhood Group (TNG) support a variety of populations experiencing vulnerability and marginalization. Sexual and gender minorities are overrepresented among those in positions requiring employment and social supports, though little research has characterized the employment supports needed and the life experiences that have resulted in sexual and gender minorities arriving at employment agencies. Due to the economic instability Ontario is currently facing, there is need now more than ever to support those who are unemployed, underemployed, or working in other precarious conditions.

    Project Type: Funded
    Role: Co-Investigator

    Start Date:
      Month: Dec   Year: 2020

    End Date:
      Month: Nov   Year: 2021

    Funders:
    SSHRC - Partnership Engagement Grant
Dark Tribe: Subaltern Gay Male Sex

    Summary:

    This study looks at male-to-male sexual activity in the subaltern world of male sexual spaces. The importance of such spaces is examined regarding opportunities, safety, etiquette, status, safer sex practices, negotiation and navigation of sexual expression through sexual activity and time-limited communal engagement for sexual pleasure and affirmation, and how all of this contrast normative societal expectations.

    Description:

    Through hard copy and online content analysis and observations in the subaltern world of gay male sexual spaces such as bathhouses, circuit clubs, sex clubs and dark rooms, examined is a self-monitored subculture that creates its own tribal rituals at various odds with societal norms. By deviating from and resisting such norms, this tribe demonstrates how it maintains a core drive of their liberated sexuality outside of mainstreamed sexual governance.

    Project Type: Self-Funded
    Role: Principal Investigator

    Start Date:
      Month: Apr   Year: 2018

    End Date:
      Month: Mar   Year: 2022

Envisioning Global LGBT Human Rights

    Summary:

    Envisioning Global LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender) Human Rights is an international research project that fosters links between Canada and the Global South and will document and analyze i) criminalization of LGBT people, ii) flight from violence and persecution, iii) resistance to criminalization, and iv) the interaction between International Treaty Body Human Rights Mechanisms and LGBT rights initiatives.

    Description:

    Envisioning will examine locations where challenges to criminalization of sexual minorities are underway and research and document the complex processes underlying these cultures of resistance. While criminalization is at the core of our study, the oppression that LGBT people face includes broader forms of stigmatization, hatred and marginalization. Envisioning will research and document conditions affecting LGBT people, working with grassroots human rights, HIV/AIDS and LGBT groups that work to advance the rights of sexual minorities. Envisioning brings together an international, interdisciplinary alliance of community partners, filmmakers, academic and community-based researchers and students to undertake a project of applied research, participatory video and documentary, skills exchange, capacity enhancement and knowledge mobilization.

    Project Type: Funded
    Role: Co-Applicant

    Start Date:
      Month: Apr   Year: 2011

    End Date:
      Month: Mar   Year: 2016

    Collaborator: Nancy Nicol - Principal Investigator
    Funders:
    SSHRC CURA Grant
Envisioning Global LGBT Human Rights (LOI)

    Summary:

    Envisioning Global LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender) Human Rights is an international research project that fosters links between Canada and the Global South and will document and analyze i) criminalization of LGBT people, ii) flight from violence and persecution, iii) resistance to criminalization, and iv) the interaction between International Treaty Body Human Rights Mechanisms and LGBT rights initiatives.

    Description:

    Envisioning will examine locations where challenges to criminalization of sexual minorities are underway and research and document the complex processes underlying these cultures of resistance. While criminalization is at the core of our study, the oppression that LGBT people face includes broader forms of stigmatization, hatred and marginalization. Envisioning will research and document conditions affecting LGBT people, working with grassroots human rights, HIV/AIDS and LGBT groups that work to advance the rights of sexual minorities. Envisioning brings together an international, interdisciplinary alliance of community partners, filmmakers, academic and community-based researchers and students to undertake a project of applied research, participatory video and documentary, skills exchange, capacity enhancement and knowledge mobilization.

    Project Type: Funded
    Role: Co-Applicant

    Start Date:
      Month: Apr   Year: 2010

    End Date:
      Month: Mar   Year: 2011

    Collaborator: Principal Investigator: Nancy Nicol
    Funders:
    SSHRC CURA Letter of Intent Grant
Queer Liberation Theory: Resurrection and Development

    Summary:

    A community-based research study with social justice group Queer Ontario involving academics, activists and artists, exploring the principles and tenets of the gay liberation movement of the late 1960s/70s and their utility today. With further funding this project has been internationalized looking at the historical gay liberation movements of Australia, Canada, Germany, the United Kingdom and the United States as well as queer mobilizations in non-Western regions of the world.

    Description:

    The study seeks to theorize a progressive, sex positive, radical approach drawing from gay liberation and using its ethos to bridge the complexity of today's LGBT movement towards the development of queer liberation theory. This will include content analysis of historical gay liberation movements in Australia, Canada, Germany, the United Kingdom and the United States and data gathering via questionnaires and interviews internationally.

    Project Type: Funded
    Role: Principal Investigator

    Start Date:
      Month: Oct   Year: 2010

    End Date:
      Month: Mar   Year: 2021

    Collaborator Institution: Queer Ontario
    Collaborator Role: Advisory

    Funders:
    Inside Out/OUTtv Post-Production Fund
    York Minor Research Grant
    SSHRC Small Grant
    York Minor Research Grant
    SSHRC Small Grant
    SSHRC Insight Grant
Towards Equitable Health & Social Service Policy and Illness Prevention Strategies for LGBTs

    Summary:

    This study reviewed public health policy and recognition of LGBTs at the federal and provincial (Ontario) levels of government.

    Description:

    This study was conducted using content analysis of existing federal Canadian and provincial Ontario health and social service policies and semi-structured interviews with policy makers at both levels of government to examine illness prevention strategies for LGBTs in Ontario and generally in Canada.

    Project Type: Funded
    Role: Co-Investigator

    Start Date:
      Month: Apr   Year: 2010

    End Date:
      Month: Mar   Year: 2011

    Collaborator: Co-Investigator: Miriam Smith
    Funders:
    SSHRC Small Grant
Rainbow Health Ontario

    Summary:

    Ontario Rainbow Health Resource Centre: A Proposal for Educational and Capacity Building Services to Improve the Health and Wellness of Sexual and Gender Minority Communities in Ontario.

    Project Type: Funded
    Role: Co-Applicant

    Start Date:
      Month: Nov   Year: 2008

    End Date:
      Month: Nov   Year: 2011

    Collaborator: Andrea Daley and Anna Travers
    Collaborator Institution: Sherbourne Health Centre
    Funders:
    Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care
LGBTs and the UN: Recognition and Legitimization

    Summary:

    A study of the degree of recognition and legitimization of LGBT populations in UN policy.

    Description:

    This study investigates the reasons for the unevenness of gender and sexually diverse populations gaining recognition and legitimization within the formal structures and agencies of the United Nations (UN).

    Role: Principal Investigator

    Funders:
    SSHRC Small Grant Award
    Atkinson Minor Research Grant
    York University Junior Faculty Fund
    SSHRC Insight Grant
    SSHRC Small Grant
    Atkinson Minor Research Grant
Advocacy and Democratization: Permissiveness of Voices in Canada's Voluntary Sector

    Summary:

    A study of how advocacy activities by charities and nonprofit organizations are regulated by the Canadian federal government.

    Project Type: Funded
    Start Date:
      Month: Apr   Year: 2006

    End Date:
      Month: Mar   Year: 2010

    Funders:
    Standard Research (SSHRC)
    Atkinson Incentive Award
    SSHRC Small Grant Award
    Atkinson Minor Research Grant
    York Ad Hoc Research Grant
Sexual and Gender Diversity: Vulnerability and Resilience

    Summary:

    A series of research studies and development projects to address the health and wellbeing of LGBTs across Canada.

    Description:

    Collaborator as Chair of Clearing House/Newsletter/Networking (CNN) in developing a cluster of researchers across Canada who undertake research with gender and sexually diverse populations continuing the SSHRC project below. Consisting of four projects, this large study will conduct an extensive qualitative study of content-valid experiences of discrimination with multiple racial/ethnic minority groups who also self-identify as gay, lesbian or bisexual (affiliate researcher); conduct secondary analysis of the team’s available cumulative database in order to examine intersections between sexual orientation and sex/gender; examine the prevalence of health indicators, risk factors, and social milieu variables of Canadian sexual minorities using secondary analysis of the Canadian Community Health Survey (CCHS) database .

    Project Type: Funded
    Role: Collaborator, Affiliate Researcher and Chair

    Start Date:
      Month: Apr   Year: 2006

    End Date:
      Month: Mar   Year: 2011

    Collaborator: Principal Investigator: Danielle Julien
    Funders:
    Canadian Institutes for Health Research (CIHR)
    (FQRSC) fonds de recherche sur la société et la culture, Quebec
Research Cluster on Gender and Sexual Diversity and Health and Wellbeing

    Summary:

    A research project to create research clusters across Canada that would address the health and wellbing of LGBTQ populations.

    Project Type: Funded
    Role: Co-Applicant

    Start Date:
      Month: Apr   Year: 2005

    End Date:
      Month: Mar   Year: 2006

    Collaborator: Co-applicants Shari Brotman and Bill Ryan
    Funders:
    Clusters (SSHRC)
Ontario Rainbow Health Partnership Project

    Summary:

    A project to create community-based health and wellness programs for LGBTQ populations in Ontario.

    Project Type: Funded
    Role: Principal Investigator

    Start Date:
      Month: Apr   Year: 2004

    End Date:
      Month: Mar   Year: 2006

    Collaborator: Andrea Daley, Susan Gapka, Richard Hudler, Beth Jackson, Gillian May, Dick Moore, Dave Vervoort.
    Funders:
    Health Canada, Primary Care Transition Fund

All Publications


Book Chapters

Publication
Year

Mulé, N.J. “Creating Anti-Elite Discourses: SOGIE Populations and the UN,” in A. Gambrell, D. Osborne & L. Buttigieg (Eds.) Connecting, Rethinking and Embracing Difference. (pp. 13 – 25). Leiden/Boston: Brill Rodopi. https://brill.com/view/book/edcoll/9781848884335/BP000003.xml

2019

Mulé, N.J. “The Importance of Difference: Imperatives for the LGBTQ Movement” in A. Gambrell, D. Osborne & L. Buttigieg (Eds.) Connecting, Rethinking and Embracing Difference. (pp. 1 – 12). Leiden/Boston: Brill Rodopi. https://brill.com/view/book/edcoll/9781848884335/BP000002.xml

2019

Mulé, N.J. “Evolving Sexual Citizenry: Developing Queer Liberation Theory” in S. Petrella (Ed.) Erotic Subjects and Outlaws: Sketching the Borders of Sexual Citizenship. (pp. 19 – 37). Leiden/Boston: Brill Rodopi.

2019

Mulé, N.J. “Kink and the DSM-5: Pathologization, Regulation, Stigmatization” in S. Petrella (Ed.) Erotic Subjects and Outlaws: Sketching the Borders of Sexual Citizenship. (pp. 131 – 155). Leiden/Boston: S. Petrella

2019

Vance, K., Mulé, N.J., Khan, M. & McKenzie, C. “The Rise of SOGI: Human Rights for LGBT People at the United Nations” in N. Nicol, A. Jjuuko, R. Lusimbo, N.J. Mulé, A. S. Ursell, Wahab, A. & P. Waugh (Eds.) Envisioning Global LGBT Human Rights: (Neo)colonialism, Neoliberalism, Resistance and Hope. London: Human Rights Consortium, Institute of Commonwealth Studies, University of London.

2018

Mulé, N.J. & Gamble, K. “Haven or Precarity: The Mental Health of LGBT Asylum Seekers and Refugees” in N. Nicol, A. Jjuuko, R. Lusimbo, N.J. Mulé, S. Ursell, A. Wahab & P. Waugh (Eds.) Envisioning Global LGBT Human Rights: (Neo)colonialism, Neoliberalism, Resistance and Hope. London: Human Rights Consortium, Institute of Commonwealth Studies, University of London.

2018

Mulé, N.J. “Politicized Priorities: Critical Implications for LGBTIQ Movements” in C.L. Mason (Ed.) Queer Development Studies: A Reader (pp. 239 – 250). New York, NY: Routledge.

2018

2017 DeSantis, G. and Mulé, N.J. “Advocacy: A Contested yet Enduring Concept in the Canadian Landscape” in N.J. Mulé and DeSantis, G.C. (Eds.) The Shifting Terrain: Nonprofit Sector Public Policy Advocacy in Canada. Montreal-Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press.

2017

2017 Mulé, N.J. and DeSantis, G. “A ‘Political Activity’: The Inherent Politicization of Advocacy” in N.J. Mulé and DeSantis, G.C. (Eds.) The Shifting Terrain: Nonprofit Sector Public Policy Advocacy in Canada. Montreal-Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press.

2017

2016 Mulé, N.J. “Conclusion” in S. Hillock and N.J. Mulé (Eds.) Queering Social Work Education (pp. 361 – 367). Vancouver: UBC Press.

2016

2016 Mulé, N.J. “Broadening Theoretical Horizons: Liberating Queer in Social Work” in S. Hillock and N.J. Mulé (Eds.) Queering Social Work Education (pp. 56 – 78). Vancouver: UBC Press.

2016

2015 Mulé, N.J. “Much to be Desired: LGBT Health Inequalities and Inequities in Canada” in J. Fish and K. Karban, (Eds.) Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans Health Inequalities: International Perspectives in Social Work. (pp. 27 – 43). Bristol: Policy Press. [Peer Reviewed]

2015

2015 Mulé, N.J. “The Politicized Queer, the Informed Social Worker: Dis/Re-Ordering the Social Order” in B.J. O’Neill, T.A. Swan and N.J. Mulé (Eds.) LGBTQ People and Social Work: Intersectional Perspectives (pp. 17 – 35). Toronto: Canadian Scholars’ Press.

2015

2015 Swan, T.A., O’Neill, B.J. & Mulé, N.J. “Intersecting LGBTQ People and Social Work: An Introduction” in B.J. O’Neill, T.A. Swan and N.J. Mulé (Eds.) LGBTQ People and Social Work: Intersectional Perspectives (pp. 1 – 13). Toronto: Canadian Scholars’ Press.

2015

2015 Mulé, N.J. “Is he the son of no one?’A Son’s Relational Narrative on His Mother” in Pelletier, G.L. and Green, F. (Eds.) Men, Mothers and Mothering. Toronto: Demeter Press.

2015

2007. Mulé, N.J. “Sexual Orientation Discrimination in Health Care and Social Service Policy: A Comparative Analysis of Canada, the UK and USA” in L. Badgett and J. Frank, (Eds). Sexual Orientation Discrimination: An International Perspective. (pp. 306 – 322). New York: Routledge. [Peer reviewed]

2007

2005 Mulé, N. “Gay-Sensitive Services” in Turner, F. (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Canadian Social Work. (158 – 159) . Kitchener-Waterloo: Wilfrid Laurier University Press.

2005

2005 Mulé, N. “Sexual Minorities” in Turner, F. (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Canadian Social Work. (358 – 359) . Kitchener-Waterloo: Wilfrid Laurier University Press.

2005

Book Reviews

Publication
Year

Mulé, N.J. Review of Queer Progress: From Homophobia to Homonationalism by Tim McCaskell in Left History, 21 (1), pp. 144 – 147.

2017

1995 Mulé, N. Review of The Balancing Act: Rediscovering Your Feelings by Barbara Killinger, Ph.D. in Leadership in Health Services, 4 (5), September/October, p. 43.

1995

1993 Mulé, N.J. Review of Not A Total Waste by B.M. Lloyd, Ph.D. in Leadership in Health Services, 2 (6), November/December, p. 47.

1993

Books

Publication
Year

Nicol, N., Jjuuko A., Lusimbo, R. Mulé, N.J., Ursell, S., Wahab, A. & Waugh, P. (Eds.) Envisioning Global LGBT Human Rights: (Neo)colonialism, Neoliberalism, Resistance and Hope. London: Human Rights Consortium, Institute of Commonwealth Studies, University of London.

2018

2017 Mulé, N.J. & DeSantis, G. (Eds.) The Shifting Terrain: Public Policy Advocacy in Canada. Montreal, QC-Kingston, ON: McGill-Queen's University Press.

2017

2016 Hillock, S. & Mulé, N.J. (Eds.) Queering Social Work Education. Vancouver, BC: UBC Press.

2016

2015 O’Neill, B.J., Swan, T.A. & Mulé, N.J. (Eds.) LGBTQ People and Social Work: Intersectional Perspectives. Toronto: Canadian Scholars’ Press.

2015

Journal Articles

Publication
Year

Henrickson, M., Giwa, S., Hafford-Letchfield, T., Cocker, C., Mulé, N.J., Schaub, J. & Baril, A. “Research Ethics with Gender and Sexually Diverse Persons,” International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 17(18), 6615; https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph17186615

2020

Mulé, N.J. “State Involvement in LGBT+ Health and Social Support Issues in Canada.” International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 17(19), 7314; https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph17197314

2020

Mulé, N.J. “Safe Haven Questioned: Proof of Identity over Persecution of SOGIE Asylum Seekers and Refugee Claimants in Canada,” Journal of Immigrant & Refugee Studies, https://doi-org.ezproxy.library.yorku.ca/10.1080/15562948.2019.1639238

2019

Mulé, N.J., Khan, M. & McKenzie, C. “Queering Canadian Social Work Accreditation Standards and Procedures: A Content Analysis,” Social Work Education, https://doi.org/10.1080/02615479.2019.1648408

2019

Mulé, N.J. “Human Rights Questioned: A Queer Perspective,” Canadian Social Work Review, 35 (1), Human Rights Forum, pp. 139 – 146.

2018

Mulé, N.J. “LGBTQI-Identified Human Rights Defenders: Courage in the Face of Adversity at the United Nations,” Gender & Development Journal, 26 (1), special issue on Sexualities, 89 – 101.

2018

Mulé, N.J. “Gender and Sexual Diversity and Social Work: Critical Liberationist Connections,” Canadian Social Work, 20 (1), special edition on Critical Social Work: Past, Present and Future, 111 – 123.

2018

Mulé, N.J., Khan, M. & McKenzie, C. “The growing presence of LGBTQIs at the UN: Arguments and counter arguments,” International Social Work, 0020872817702706.

2017

Mulé, N.J., Mckenzie, C. & Khan, M. “Recognition and Legitimization of SOGI at the UN: A Critical Systemic Analysis.” British Journal of Social Work 139, 1 - 18.

2016

Mulé, N.J., Lowik, A.J., Teixeira, R., Hudler, R. & Hader, D. “Engaged Queer Scholarship: Probing a New Paradigm of Knowledge Creation,” Scholarly and Research Communication 5 (3), 17 pp. http://src-online.ca/index.php/src/article/viewFile/160/327

2014

Nicol, N., Gates-Gasse, E. & Mulé, N.J. “Envisioning Global LGBT Human Rights: Strategic Alliances to Advance Knowledge and Social Change,” Scholarly and Research Communication 5 (3), 16 pp. http://src-online.ca/index.php/src/article/viewFile/165/342

2014

Mulé, N.J. & Smith, M. “Invisible Populations: LGBTQs and Federal Health Policy in Canada,” Canadian Public Administration 57 (2), pp. 234 - 255.

2014

Daley, A. & Mulé, N.J. “LGBTQs and the DSM-5: A critical queer response,” Journal of Homosexuality 61 (9), pp. 1288 - 1312.

2014

Mulé, N.J. “Advocacy Limitations on Gender and Sexually Diverse Activist Organizations in Canada’s Voluntary Sector”, Canadian Journal of Nonprofit and Social Economy Research 2 (1), pp. 5 – 23. http://www.anserj.ca/index.php/cjnser/article/viewFile/52/18

2011

Mulé, N.J. “Same-Sex Marriage and Canadian Relationship Recognition – One Step Forward, Two Steps Back: A Critical Liberationist Perspective”, The Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services (special issue), 22 (1 – 2), pp. 74 – 90.

2010

Mulé, N.J., Ross, L.E., Deeprose, B., Jackson, B.E., Daley, A., Travers, A. & Moore, D. “Promoting LGBT Health and Wellbeing through Inclusive Policy Development,” International Journal for Equity in Health, 8 (18), http://www.equityhealthj.com/content/8/1/18 13 pages. [Highly Accessed]

2009

Mulé, N.J. “Canadian Researchers Studying Gender and Sexually Diverse Populations and Health and Wellbeing: Development of a National Strategic Research Cluster ”, Canadian Social Work, 10 (1), pp. 46 - 63.

2008

Mulé, N.J. “Demarcating Gender and Sexual Diversity on the Structural Landscape of Social Work”, Critical Social Work, 9 (1), http://www.criticalsocialwork.com/units/socialwork/critical.nsf/982f0e5f06b5c9a285256d6e006cff78/ebb5ace61ebf5d368525744c00802bdf?OpenDocument 10 pgs.

2008

Mulé, N.J. “Equality’s Limitations, Liberation’s Challenges: Considerations for Queer Movement Strategizing”, Canadian Online Journal of Queer Studies in Education, 2 (1), http://jqstudies.oise.utoronto.ca/journal/viewarticle.php?id=26 25 pgs.

2006

Mulé, N.J. “Equity vs. Invisibility: Sexual Orientation Issues in Social Work Ethics and Curricula Standards”, Social Work Education, 25 (6), pp. 608 – 622.

2006

Mulé, N.J. “Beyond Words in Health and Wellbeing Policy: ‘Sexual Orientation’ – From Inclusion to Infusion”, Canadian Review of Social Policy, 55, pp. 79 – 98.

2005

Mulé, N. “Social Work and the Provision of Health Care and Social Services to Sexual Minority Populations”, Canadian Social Work, 1 (1), pp. 39-55.

1999

Professional Journal Articles

Publication
Year

Mulé, N.J. “Despite Gains, LGBTI Organizations Face Continued Opposition,” Global Observatory, International Peace Institute, New York, June 28: https://theglobalobservatory.org/2019/06/despite-gains-lgbti-organizations-face-continued-opposition/

2019

Mulé, N.J., Hillock, S. & Craig, S.L. “Queering Social Work Education”, Social Work Now, Toronto: Ontario Association of Social Workers (July)

2017

Mulé, N.J. “Social Work’s Responsibility to LGBTIQs”, KAOS GL Magazine, Turkey, #148, pp. 14 – 15.

2016

Mulé, N.J. “Obstruction of Research, Diminution of Policy Development, Erosion of Democracy”, Canada Watch, Toronto: Robarts Centre for Canadian Studies of York University, (Fall). Pp. 26 – 27.

2015

Mulé, N. “Health Care Issues of Sexual Minorities Neglected”, OASW Newsmagazine, Toronto: OASW, 24, (3), (Autumn). pp. 12,15,18.

1997

Mulé, N. “Silent Victims: Violence Against Lesbians, Gay Men and Bisexuals”, OASW Newsmagazine, Toronto: OASW, 23, (2), (Summer). pp. 13, 16.

1996

Conference Papers

Publication
Year

“Queered Lens on Social Work Theory, Education, Research and Practice: A Dialogue Circle,” with Tim Dueck. Canadian Association for Social Work Education (CASWE), Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, London, ON. Cancelled due to COVID-19.

2020

Film Screening: “QueerEdge: From Gay to Queer Liberation.” Canadian Association for Social Work Education (CASWE), Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, London, ON. Cancelled due to COVID-19.

2020

“Creating Spaces, Maintaining Places for Male on Male Kink.” Kink & Technology: An Inclusive Disciplinary Conference, Prague, Czech Republic, March 9.

2019

“LGBTQ+ Health in the Ontario Policy Context: Still on the Fringe?” with Cameron McKenzie and Maryam Khan. Canadian Association for Social Work Education (CASWE), Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Vancouver, BC, June 4.

2019

“Queer Liberation: A Thriving Bibliographical Ethos.” The Bibliographical Society of Canada (BSC), Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Vancouver, BC, June 3.

2019

Mulé, N.J. “Cultural Intersections: Mental Health Needs of LGBTQ Asylum Seekers and Refugees in Canada.” Also chaired this Session: “Border Crossings: Queer and Trans Migrations.” Social Work and Sexualities International Conference, Montreal, QC, Canada, August 10.

2018

Mulé, N.J. “Is Everyone Included? Where are LGBTQ in the Ontario Policy Context?” With Cameron McKenzie at Canadian Association for Social Work Education (CASWE), Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Regina, SK, May 31.

2018

Mulé, N.J. “LGBTQ Credibility: Proof of Identity over Persecution of Asylum Seekers and Refugee Claimants in Canada.” Canadian Association for Social Work Education (CASWE), Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Regina, SK, May 31.

2018

Mulé, N.J. “Resistances from Within: Differences in Activisms within the LGBTQ Movement.” Sexuality Studies Association (SSA), Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Regina, SK, May 27.

2018

Mulé, N.J. “Airing Dirty Laundry: Messiness of Internal Differences within the LGBTQ Movement.” 2nd Annual Activist Media Archives Symposium, DIRT: Intersectional Approaches to Messiness, Ryerson University, Toronto, ON, Canada, November 11.

2017

Mulé, N.J. “LGBTQ Liberation: Dialectical Renderings Then and Now.” International Herbert Marcuse Society Conference, York University, Toronto, ON, Canada, October 26.

2017

Mulé, N.J. “Liberation, Socialist Values and the Challenge to Homonormativity” with Cameron McKenzie and Maryam Khan at Society for Socialist Studies (SSS), Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Toronto, ON, Canada, June 1.

2017

Mulé, N.J. “Queer Politics and Canada’s LGBTQ Movement: A Critical Liberationist Perspective on 45 Years of Progressions and Regressions.” 150 Ideas that Shaped Canada Conference, York University, Toronto, ON, Canada, October 13.

2017

Mulé, N.J. “Queers and the CASWE Accreditation Standards and Procedures” with Maryam Khan and Cameron McKenzie at Canadian Association for Social Work Education (CASWE), Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Toronto, ON, Canada, May 30.

2017

Mulé, N.J. “Envisioning LGBT Refugee Rights In Canada, Is Canada a Safe Haven?” with Nancy Nicol, Polina Rakina, Craig Cromwell and Kathleen Gamble at Metropolis Conference, Toronto, ON, Canada, March 3.

2016

Mulé, N.J. “The Rise of SOGI: Human Rights for LGBTQ People at the United Nations,” with Cameron McKenzie and Maryam Khan at Academic Council on United Nations System Annual Meeting, New York City, NY, USA, June 18.

2016

Mulé, N.J. “Implications of Anti-LGBTQ Campaigns on United Nations Policy,” with Maryam Khan and Cameron McKenzie at Canadian Association for Social Work Education (CASWE), Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Calgary, AB, Canada, June 1.

2016

Mulé, N.J. “Pronounced Presence: Decolonizing LGBTQ People at the United Nations,” with Cameron McKenzie and Maryam Khan at Sexuality Studies Association, Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Calgary, AB, Canada, May 30.

2016

Mulé, N.J. “Queering Social Work Education,” with Susan Hillock and Maryam Khan at Canadian Association for Social Work Education (CASWE), Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Calgary, AB, Canada, June 1.

2016

Mulé, N.J. “Re-Colonizing Via Homonationalism: Proof of Identity over Persecution of LGBTQ Asylum Seekers and Refugee Claimants in Canada” at Persons and Sexuality Conference, Oxford, UK, July 10.

2016

Mulé, N.J. “Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity (SOGI), Transnationalism and the United Nations: A Role for Social Work” with Maryam Khan and Cameron McKenzie at Sexuality and Social Work Conference, Olten, Switzerland, August 18.

2016

Mulé, N.J. “The Debate that Wasn’t: Implications of Same-Sex Marriage on the Canadian LGBTQ Movement.” After Marriage: The Future of LGBTQ Politics and Scholarship Conference. New York City, NY, USA, October 2.

2016

Mulé, N.J. “The Growing Presence of LGBTQs at the UN: Arguments and Counter-Arguments,” with Maryam Khan and Cameron McKenzie at International Studies Association, New York City, NY, USA, June 13.

2016

Mulé, N.J. “The Impact of Migration and Resettlement on the Mental Health of LGBT Refugees in Canada,” with Nancy Nicol and Polina Rakina at Rainbow Health Ontario Conference, London, ON, Canada, March 9.

2016

Mulé, N.J. “Intersecting Cultures: Addressing the Needs of LGBT Refugees and Asylum Seekers in Canada ,” with Kathleen Gamble at Canadian Association for Social Work Education (CASWE), Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Victoria, BC, Canada, June 2.

2015

Mulé, N.J. “Creating Anti-Elite Discourses: SOGIE Populations and the UN,” Sex and the State 4 Conference, Oxford University, Oxford, England, UK, September 25.

2015

Mulé, N.J. “From Gay to Queer Liberation: A Human Rights Movement Re-Contextualized,” with Rob Teixeira at York University Human Rights Centre, Inclusion Day Conference, York University, Toronto, ON, Canada, January 28.

2015

Mulé, N.J. “The Importance of Difference: Imperatives for the LGBTQ Movement” Persons and Sexualities 8 Conference, Oxford University, Oxford, England, UK, September 24.

2015

Mulé, N.J. “BDSM and the DSM-5: The Pathologization of Kink,” Sex and the State 3 Conference, Montreal, QC, Canada, October 18.

2014

Mulé, N.J. "Constituting LGBTQ Citizenship in Canada’s Shifting Civil Society,” Persons and Sexualities 7 Conference, Montreal, QC, Canada, October 21.

2014

Mulé, N.J. “Contesting the Marriage Model: A Deconstruction of the ‘Choice’ Argument,” Unsettling Marriage: Kinship, Households and the Privatization of Intimacy – Canadian Anthropology Society Conference, Toronto, ON, Canada, May 3.

2014

Mulé, N.J. “Is Canada a Safe Haven for LGBT Refugees?” with Nancy Nicol, Paulina Wyrzykowski, Debbie Douglas and Eric Gitari at World Pride Human Rights Conference, Toronto, ON, Canada, June 25.

2014

Mulé, N.J. “Making the Links: LGBT Refugees and the Effects of Criminalization,” with Nancy Nicol, Craig Cromwell and a member of Pride Uganda Alliance International at Rainbow Health Conference, Toronto, ON, Canada, February 7.

2014

Mulé, N.J. “Return, Re-Contextualization, Resurrection: Queer Liberation Theory,” Persons and Sexualities 7 Conference, Montreal, QC, Canada, October 20.

2014

Mulé, N.J. “Shortcomings of a Promised Land: Experiences of LGBT Refugees and Asylum Seekers in Canada,” Joint World Conference on Social Work, Education and Social Development, Melbourne, Australia, July 10.

2014

Mulé, N.J. “Where is Home? LGBT Refugees and Asylum Seekers in Canada,” Strangers in New Homelands Conference, Winnipeg, MB, Canada, October 24.

2014

Mulé, N.J. “Challenging Psychonormativity: A Queer Critical Analytical Response to the DSM-5 Review,” at Sex Talk II @ York University, Toronto, Ontario Canada, May 1.

2013

Mulé, N.J. “Engaged Queer Scholarship: Probing a New Paradigm of Knowledge Creation,” with A.J. Lowik, Rob Teixeira, Richard Hudler, Davina Hader at Engaged Scholarship Symposium, York University, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, October 2.

2013

Mulé, N.J. “Envisioning Global LGBT Human Rights: Strategic Alliances to Advance Knowledge and Social Change,” with Nancy Nicol and Erika Gates-Gasse at Engaged Scholarship Symposium, York University, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, October 2.

2013

Mulé, N.J. “Sharpening the Queer Project Edge: Organizational Queer Activism and the Movement,” at Sexuality Studies Association, Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Victoria, BC, Canada, June 2.

2013

Mulé, N.J. Roundtable: “SWAN Canada; Towards A Social Work-Based Social Action Praxis,” at Canadian Association of Social Work Education, Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Victoria, BC, Canada, June 6.

2013

Mulé, N.J. “Theorizing the Queer Edge of the LGBTQ Movement,” at Canadian Association of Social Work Education, Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Victoria, BC, Canada, June 4.

2013

Mulé, N.J. “From Gay Liberation to Queer Liberation: Theorizing Evolving LGBTQ Resistance and Radicalism in Canada.” Radically Gay: The Life and Visionary Legacy of Harry Hay, New York City, USA, September 28.

2012

Mulé, N.J. “In Search of LGBTs in Federal and Ontario Health Policy,” with Miriam Smith at The Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) Institute of Gender and Health: ‘Advancing Excellence in Gender, Sex and Health Research’, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, October 29.

2012

Mulé, N.J. Roundtable – Co-Chairperson: “NPO sector public policy advocacy/dialogue/co-construction: What's with the labels?" With DeSantis, G. Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences: Association of Nonprofit and Social Economy Research, Waterloo, ON, May 30.

2012

Mulé, N.J. “Queering Liberation: Community-Based Activism and Theory Development.” Queering Paradigms IV International Conference, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, July 25.

2012

Mulé, N.J. “Queering the DSM-V Review: A Critical Anti-Oppressive Analysis,” with Andrea Daley at The Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) Institute of Gender and Health: ‘Advancing Excellence in Gender, Sex and Health Research’, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, October 29.

2012

Mulé, N.J. “Researching Within, Researching Without: ‘Studying Up’ Power and LGBTQ Community Issues,” at Conflicts and Contradictions: A Forum on Studying Power as Embodied Research(ers), Toronto, Ontario Canada, November 9.

2012

Mulé, N.J. “Resistance and Resurgence: Queer Liberation in Canada.” After Homosexual: The Legacy of Gay Liberation, An International Conference. Melbourne, Australia, February 4.

2012

Mulé, N.J. Roundtable – Co-Chairperson: “Advocacy by the Nonprofit Sector: Forms, Relationships, Policies.” With DeSantis, G. Association for Nonprofit and Social Economy Research (ANSER) – Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Fredericton, NB, June 3.

2011

Mulé, N.J. “Differing Perspectives, Uneven Opportunities: Social Policy and Advocacy in Canada’s Nonprofit Sector.” Association for Nonprofit and Social Economy Research (ANSER) – Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Fredericton, NB, June 1.

2011

Mulé, N.J. “Governmental Regulation of Advocacy in Canada’s Nonprofit Sector: Critical Implications for Democracy.” BenchMark 3.5: International Conference on Nonprofit and Philanthropic Studies. Nonprofit Academic Centers Council (NACC), San Diego, CA, March 25.

2011

Mulé, N.J. Panel Session: “Neo-Liberalism, Diversity and Equity in Schools of Social Work Can the Legacy of Colonization be Overcome?” Canadian Association for Social Work Education – Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Fredericton, NB, June 2.

2011

Mulé, N.J. “Neoliberalism and the Gender and Sexually Diverse: Knowledges and Understandings for Social Work.” Canadian Association for Social Work Education – Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Fredericton, NB, June 1.

2011

Mulé, N.J. “The Importance of Advocacy: How Third Sector Regulation is Limiting Democracy.” Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action (ARNOVA) Annual Conference, Toronto, ON, November 17.

2011

Mulé, N.J. “Transcending the Provincial: LGBT Liberationist Activism in Ontario – From CLGRO to Queer Ontario.” “We Demand”: History/Sex/Activism in Canada Conference, Vancouver, BC, August 27.

2011

Mulé, N. Chaired Session: HIV/AIDS. “We Demand”: History/Sex/Activism in Canada Conference, Vancouver, BC, August 28.

2011

Mulé, N.J. “Advocacy and How it is Perceived: Regulation Implications for Civil Society and Canadian Democracy”, Association of Nonprofits and Social Economy Research (ANSER) – Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Montreal, QC, June 3.

2010

Mulé, N.J. “Bridging HIV/AIDS with Broader Health and Wellbeing Issues”, with Ed Jackson and Bill Ryan at Rainbow Health Ontario 2010 Conference, Toronto, Ontario, March 26.

2010

Mulé, N.J. “Inclusion of Gender and Sexually Diverse on the Agenda: Social Work and Social Development with LGBTs”, 2010 Joint World Conference on Social Work and Social Development: The Agenda, Hong Kong, June 12.

2010

Mulé, N.J. “Linking HIV/AIDS to Broader Health and Wellbeing: A Trajectory in Process”, with Ed Jackson and Bill Ryan at CIHR Institute of Gender and Health Conference, Toronto, Ontario, November 22.

2010

Mulé, N.J. “Ontario Health Policy: LGBT Inclusive or Exclusive?”, with Loralee Gillis and Miriam Smith at Rainbow Health Ontario 2010 Conference, Toronto, Ontario, March 25.

2010

Mulé, N.J. “Queer Lens of Resistance: A Critical Anti-Oppressive Response to the DSM-V Consultations”, with Andrea Daley at PsychOUT: A Conference for Organizing Resistance Against Psychiatry, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE), Toronto, Ontario, May 7.

2010

Mulé, N.J. “Same-Sex Marriage and the Transformation of the Family: A Critical Liberationist Reflection”, Canadian Association for Social Work Education – Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Montreal, QC, June 1.

2010

Mulé, N.J. “The Dirty Word of ‘Advocacy’ in Canada’s Voluntary Sector: Implications for Social Work”, School of Social Work 4th Annual Research Symposium, York University, Toronto, Ontario, April 16.

2010

Mulé, N.J. Keynote Speaker: “From Health Research to Healthy Policy: Challenges and Responsibilities of LGBT Knowledge Transfer”, Research with Pride: A Community Forum, Toronto, Ontario, October.

2009

Mulé, N.J. “Gender and Sexual Diversity as Cultural Identity in Health and Social Policy”, 2009 Canadian Society for the Study of Education Pre-Conference – Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Ottawa, ON, May 26.

2009

Mulé, N.J. “Global Social Justice for the Gender and Sexually Diverse: A Form of International Social Work”, Canadian Association for Social Work Education – Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Ottawa, ON, May 28.

2009

Mulé, N.J. Panel: “Legal Recognition of Same-Sex Relationships: Advancing Social Work's Understanding of the Issue”, 55th Annual Program Meeting, San Antonio, Texas, USA, November.

2009

Mulé, N.J. “Queering the UN: Strategizing for Dialogue”, 2009 World Out Games International Conference on LGBT Human Rights, Copenhagen, Denmark, July 29.

2009

Mulé, N.J. “Rainbow Health Network: An LGBT Health and Wellbeing Community Development Model”, with Phyllis Waugh at 2009 World Out Games International Conference on LGBT Human Rights, Copenhagen, Denmark, July 27.

2009

Mulé, N.J. Plenary Panel: “Absence, Disappearance and Erasure: The Triptych Closeting of LGBTs in Health Policy”, Rainbow Health Network (RHN) Public Forum on the International Day Against Homophobia, Toronto, Ontario, May 13.

2008

Mulé, N.J. “Addressing Global Culture Clash: Creating Dialogues between Gender and Sexually Diverse Populations and the UN”, Society for Socialist Studies – Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Vancouver, BC, June 1.

2008

Mulé, N.J. “Queering the Global Human Rights Scene: In Pursuit of Recognition and Legitimization of the Gender and Sexually Diverse at the United Nations (UN)”, CASW – CASSW Social Work National Conference, Toronto, Ontario, May 24.

2008

Mulé, N.J. “Valuing the Global Presence of the Gender and Sexually Diverse: Developing Anti-Oppressive Dialogues at the UN”, Canadian Association for the Study of International Development – Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Vancouver, BC, June 3.

2008

Mulé, N.J. “Addressing Global Gender and Sexual Diversity Status: Cautioning against Colonialism through Ethics and Principles”, IASSW – CASSW International Symposium, Toronto, Ontario, July 13.

2007

Mulé, N.J. “Expanding the Social Determinants of Health: Centring Gender and Sexual Diversity within an Intersectional Framework”, Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Canadian Association of Schools of Social Work, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, May 30.

2007

Mulé, N.J. “Promoting the Health and Well-Being of Gender and Sexually Diverse Populations in Policy”, IUHPE World Conference on Health Promotion and Health Education, Vancouver, BC, June 11.

2007

Mulé, N.J. “Recognizing the Health and Well-Being of Gender and Sexually Diverse Populations in Public Health Policy”, Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Health and Public Policy Group, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, May 31.

2007

Mulé, N. Plenary: “Constituting Sexual Citizenship in Canada’s Shifting Civil Society”, Global Queeries: Sexualities, Globalities, Postcolonialities Conference, London, Ontario, May.

2006

Mulé, N.J. “Demarcating Gender and Sexual Diversity on the Structural Landscape of Social Work”, Structural Social Work Conference, Toronto, Ontario, September.

2006

Mulé, N.J. “Recognition of Sexual Diversity in Public Health Policy: A 3 – City Comparison”, Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Canadian Association of Schools of Social Work, Toronto, Ontario, June.

2006

Mulé, N.J. Presentation: “The Social Determinants of Health and Gay Men”, Toronto Public Health, Gay Men’s Health Committee, Toronto, May.

2006

Mulé, N.J. “De-Closeting Sexual Minorities in Health Policy”, Health Equity and Diversity Conference, Toronto, Ontario, June.

2005

Mulé, N.J. “Determinants of LGBTTTIQ Health and Developing Public Health Goals for Canada”, with Beth Jackson, Canadian Rainbow Health Coalition Conference, Halifax, Nova Scotia, November.

2005

Mulé, N.J. “Developing a Strategy to Move Forward on LGBT Wellness”, with Barry Deeprose, Canadian Rainbow Health Coalition Conference, Halifax, Nova Scotia, November.

2005

Mulé, N.J. “Equality’s Limitations, Liberation’s Challenges: Considerations for Queer Movement Strategizing”, Queer Communities & Controversies Conference, OISE, Toronto, Ontario, June.

2005

Mulé, N.J. “Recognition of Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Health and Social Service Issues in Social Policy: A Comparative Study of Canada, the UK and USA”, Gay and Lesbian Medical Association Conference, Montreal, Quebec, September.

2005

Mulé, N.J. “Recognition of Sexual Diversity in Urban Health Policy”, International Conference on Urban Health, Toronto, Ontario, October.

2005

Mulé, N.J. Poster: “Social Justice Framework for GLBT Wellness”, Health Equity and Diversity Conference, Toronto, Ontario, June.

2005

Mulé, N. Plenary: “Strategic Directions on GLBTT-SQI Wellness”, with Barry Deeprose, Canadian Rainbow Health Coalition Conference, Halifax, Nova Scotia, November.

2005

Mulé, N.J. “The Education of 5 Helping Professions on Sexual Minority Health and Wellness: How Social Work Fares?”, Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Canadian Association of Schools of Social Work, London, Ontario, May.

2005

Mulé, N.J. “Absence = Neglect: Sexual Minority Recognition in Policy”, Rainbow Health 2004: Improving Access to Care, Canadian Rainbow Health Coalition, Gatineau, Quebec, November.

2004

Mulé, N.J. “Capacity in Sexual Minority Issues: Ethics, Practice Standards, Education Curricula and Training of Health Care and Social Service Professionals”, Health Professionals’ Meeting, Canadian Rainbow Health Coalition, Ottawa, April.

2004

Mulé, N.J. “Gay Marriage and Queer Culture: One Step Forward, Two Steps Back – A Liberationist Perspective”, Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Canadian Gay and Lesbian Studies Association, Winnipeg, Manitoba, May.

2004

Mulé, N.J. Plenary Panel: “Same-Sex Marriage and Queer Culture: One Step Forward, Two Steps Back – A Liberationist Perspective”, Pride Week Public Forum, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto, June.

2004

Mulé, N.J. “De-Closeting Sexual Minorities in Health Policy”, Health Equity and Diversity Conference, Toronto, Ontario, June.

2004

Mulé, N.J. “Beyond Words in Social Policy: ‘Sexual Orientation’ – from Inclusion to Infusion”, Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Canadian Gay and Lesbian Studies Association, Halifax, Nova Scotia, June.

2003

Mulé, N.J. “Sexual Orientation Issues in Social Work Curricula: A Comparative Analysis between Canada, UK and USA”, Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Canadian Association of Schools of Social Work, Halifax, Nova Scotia, June.

2003

Mulé, N.J. “American and Canadian Social Policy and the Recognition of Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Health and Social Service Issues: A Systemic/Structural Context”, United in Care, the 20th Annual Conference of the Gay and Lesbian Medical Association, Toronto, October.

2002

Mulé, N.J. “Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Representation in Canadian Health and Social Policy: A Structural Context”, ‘Social Work – From Sea to Sea’ – National Social Work Conference, Moncton, New Brunswick, June.

2002

Mulé, N. Plenary Panel: “Contemporary Human Rights Issues in Ontario”, plenary panel, Ontario Association of Social Workers 2001 Conference, Toronto, June.

2001

Mulé, N.J. “You and Your Epilepsy: Playing an Active Role”, Annual Epilepsy Toronto Conference, Toronto, November.

2000

Mulé, N.J. “Persons with Disabilities: Truths and Myth-Conceptions”, training panel for the Ontario Human Rights Commission, Toronto, March.

1999

Mulé, N.J. “Psychosocial Issues in Epilepsy”, Epilepsy – Partnership for Care Symposium, University of Toronto Teaching Hospitals, Toronto, April.

1999

Mulé, N.J. “Adults with Epilepsy and their Families”, Annual Epilepsy Toronto Conference, Toronto, November.

1998

Mulé, N.J. “Bringing It Home: Implications for Canada”, panel at Not Just Paper Conference: An educational & skills building conference examining the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Toronto, February.

1998

Mulé, N. “Bringing It Home: Implications for Canada”, panel at Not Just Paper Conference: An educational & skills building conference examining the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Toronto, February.

1998

Mulé, N.J. “From Knowledge to Action: Canada’s Role on Queer Rights in the International Human Rights Scene”, with Richard Elliott, Queering the Nation Conference, Toronto, June.

1998

Mulé, N.J. “Patient/Client Satisfaction: Are Queer Health Care and Social Service Needs Being Met?” Queering the Nation Conference, Toronto, June.

1998

Mulé, N.J. “Social Work and the Provision of Health Care and Social Services to Sexual Minority Populations”, ‘Social Work - Our Roots, Our Future’ -- National Social Work Conference, Edmonton, Alberta, June.

1998

Mulé, N.J. “More than a Whisper, Less than a Shout: Amnesty International and Human Rights Violations Against Sexual Minorities and People with HIV/AIDS”, Amnesty International Canada (English Speaking) Annual General Meeting, Toronto, May/June.

1997

Mulé, N.J. “Addressing Domestic Violence in Same-Sex SM Relationships”, the National Leather Association Conference, Toronto, October.

1995

Mulé, N.J. “A Pro-Feminist Approach to Working with Victims/Survivors and Perpetrators of Same-Sex Domestic Violence” with Donna MacAulay, The 16th National Lesbian and Gay Health Conference, New York City, June.

1994

Mulé, N.J. “Abuse in Same-Sex Relationships”, with Donna MacAulay and Ailsa Craig at the Conference on Abuse in Same-Sex Relationships, Queen’s University, Kingston, October.

1994

Mulé, N.J. “Amnesty International and the Protection of Sexual Diversity”, International Leather Association Conference, Toronto, October.

1994

Mulé, N.J. “Affirming Sexual Minorities: Addressing Systemic Heterosexism in Health Care and Social Services”, The 15th Annual Guelph Conference and Training Institute on Sexuality, Guelph, June.

1993

Mulé, N.J. “Recognizing and Addressing Violence in Same-Sex Relationships” with Donna MacAulay, The 15th Annual Guelph Conference and Training Institute on Sexuality, Guelph, June.

1993

Mulé, N.J. “State Institutions”, panel at 'Outrights' -- The 2nd Pan-Canadian Conference on Lesbian and Gay Rights, Vancouver, October.

1992

Mulé, N.J. “Dismantling Heterosexism and Homophobia in Social Services”, with Kristin Smith, Festival ’91 Social Services Conference, Hamilton, June.

1991

Mulé, N.J. “The Gay Positive Counsellor: Strategies on Developing Gay Sensitivity.” The 13th Annual Guelph Conference on Sexuality, Guelph, June.

1991

Mulé, N.J. “Clinical Perspectives on Homosexuality”, Ontario Family Guidance Centre, Professional Development Workshop, Oakville, January.

1990

Mulé, N.J. “School Responsibility to Children of Abused Mothers”, Family Violence Prevention Project, Tri-School Boards of Hamilton-Wentworth Conference, Niagara on the Lake, April.

1990

Mulé, N.J. “Applying the Code of Ethics to Counselling Practice”, Family Services of Hamilton-Wentworth Inc. Professional Development Workshop, Hamilton, October.

1989

Mulé, N.J. “Family Violence: Child, Wife, Parent and Elderly Abuse”, Telecare Hamilton, Volunteer Training Class, Hamilton, December.

1989

Mulé, N.J. “Abuse Against Women: Impact on All Family Members”, Telecare Hamilton, Volunteer Training Class, Hamilton, December.

1988

Conference Proceedings

Publication
Year

Mulé, N.J. & Daley, A. “Queer Lens of Resistance: A Critical Anti-Oppressive Response to the DSM-V Consultations”, PsychOUT Proceedings, Toronto, http://individual.utoronto.ca/psychout/papers/mule-etal.html May.

2010

Mulé, N.J. “Gender and Sexual Diversity as Cultural Identity in Health and Social Policy”, Queer Issues in the Study of Education and Culture, 2009 Canadian Society for the Study of Education Proceedings, Ottawa, pp. 51 – 53. May.

2009

Mulé, N. “Equity vs. Invisibility: Sexual Orientation Issues in Social Work Curricula” Joint Conference of the International Federation of Social Workers and the International Association of Schools of Social Work Proceedings, Montreal, www.arcaf.net/social_work_proceedings/abstracts/Mule.html September.

2000

Mulé, N. “Immediate Effectiveness of Self-Esteem Groups on Adults with Epilepsy”, Epilepsia: Proceedings of the 23rd International Epilepsy Congress, Prague, 40 (2), p. 101. September.

1999

Mulé, N. “A Case of Neglect: The Response of Health Care and Social Services to Sexual Minority Communities”, Proceedings of the Removing Barriers: Inclusion, Diversity, and Social Justice in Health Symposium, Toronto, pp. 84-85. June.

1998

Policy Papers

Publication
Year

House of Commons Standing Committee – LGBTQ2 Health in Canada – “Queer Ontario Brief,” with Queer Ontario, May 2. Cited in The Health of LGBTQIA2 Communities in Canada: Report of the Standing Committee on Health, Bill Casey, Chair. House of Commons, 42nd Parliament, 1st Session, June.

2019

House of Commons Standing Committee – LGBTQ2 Health in Canada – “Toward a National LGBTQ2 Health Strategy,” Brief with Cameron McKenzie and Maryam Khan, May 2. Cited in The Health of LGBTQIA2 Communities in Canada: Report of the Standing Committee on Health, Bill Casey, Chair. House of Commons, 42nd Parliament, 1st Session, June.

2019

Mulé, N.J. & Hudler, R. Queer Ontario’s Deputation on Bill 77: Affirming Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Act, (June 3), Toronto.

2015

Mulé, N.J., Oraa, C. & Hader, D. Queer Ontario’s Deputation on Bill 33: Toby’s Act, (Right to be Free from Discrimination and Harassment Because of Gender Identity or Gender Expression), 2012, (June 11), Toronto.

2012

Mulé, N.J. & Oraa, C. Queer Ontario’s Deputation on Bills 13: Accepting Schools Act, 2012: An Act to amend the Education Act with respect to bullying and other matters; Bill 14: An Act to designate Bullying Awareness and Prevention Week in Schools and to provide for bullying prevention curricula, policies and administrative accountability in schools, (May 14), Toronto.

2012

Mulé, N.J. Queer Ontario’s Deputation on the Funding of Pride Toronto. Item Ex5.1: Compliance with the City of Toronto's Anti-Discrimination Policy, (May 24), Toronto. http://www.scribd.com/doc/56221841/City-of-Toronto-Deputation

2011

Mulé, N.J. & Travers, A. Presentation to the Central Toronto Local Health Integrative Network (LHIN) regarding the recognition of LGBTs as an equitable group for provision of health policy, funding and services, (April), Toronto.

2008

Mulé, N.J. Online submission to the Canadian Museum for Human Rights Consultation, (March), Winnipeg.

2008

Mulé, N.J. Online submission to the Ontario Human Rights Commission (OHRC) Gender Identity Policy Consultation, (February), Toronto.

2008

Mulé, N.J. Online submission to the Statistics Canada 2011 Census Content Consultation, (November), Ottawa.

2007

Mulé, N.J., Hudler, R., Warner, T. & Mehta, A. Presentation to the Ontario Standing Committee on Justice Policy – Bill 107 2006 An Act to Amend the Human Rights Code, (November), Toronto.

2006

Mulé, N.J. & Hudler, R. Presentation to the Standing Committee on Justice and Human Rights – Same-Sex Marriage, (April), Toronto.

2003

Mulé, N.J. Written submission to The Romanow Commission on Health Care Reform. “Addressing the Broad Health Care Issues and Needs of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgendered Canadians,” (March), Ottawa.

2002

Mulé, N.J. Written submission to The Romanow Commission on Health Care Reform. “Addressing the Broad Health Care Issues and Needs of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgendered Canadians,” (March), Ottawa.

2002

Mulé, N.J. [Also on behalf of the Rainbow Health Network (RHN)] . Presentation to the Ontario Legislative Assembly’s Standing Committee on Justice and Social Policy – Bill 125 Ontarians with Disabilities Act, (December), Toronto.

2001

Mulé, N.J. Presentation to the Toronto Police Services Board – Choosing A New Chief Of Police, (October), Toronto.

1999

Mulé, N.J. Written submission to Statistics Canada regarding 2001 Census Content Determination Project, (March), Ottawa.

1998

Mulé, N.J. Written submission to The Health Services Restructuring Commission, (April), Toronto.

1997

Mulé, N.J. & Pavelich, G. Presentation and written submission to the Toronto Transition Team Re: Bill 103, The City of Toronto Act, 1997, (July), Toronto.

1997

Mulé, N.J. Written submission to the Ontario Provincial Parliament – Bill 19: An Act to repeal the Advocacy Act, 1992, revise the Consent to Treatment Act, 1992, Amend the Substitute Decisions Act, 1992 and Amend other Acts in Respect of Related Matters, (February), Toronto.

1996

Mulé, N.J. Presentation and written submission to the Hamilton-Wentworth Regional Police. “Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgendered Community Consultation with the Hamilton-Wentworth Regional Police”, (October), Hamilton.

1996

Mulé, N.J. Written submission to the Ontario Provincial Parliament regarding Omnibus Bill 26, (January), Toronto.

1996

Mulé, N.J. Presentation to the Ontario Legislative Assembly’s Standing Committee on Justice and Social Policy – Bill 8, An Act to Repeal Job.

1995

Mulé, N.J. Written submission to the Metropolitan Toronto District Health Council – Hospital Restructuring Project, (October), Toronto.

1994

Mulé, N.J. Quotas and to Restore Merit-Based Employment Practices in Ontario, (November), Toronto.

1994

Mulé, N.J. Presentation and written submission to the Ontario Legislative Assembly’s Standing Committee on Justice and Social Policy – Employment Equity Act, (December), Toronto.

1993

Research Reports

Publication
Year

Mulé, N.J., McKenzie, C. & Khan, M. Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity and Expression (SOGIE) and the CASWE-ACFTS Accreditation Standards and Procedures. CASWE-ACFTS Queer Caucus, Toronto, 19 pages.

2017

Gamble, K., Mulé, N.J., Nicol, N., Waugh, P. & Jordan S. Envisioning LGBT Refugee Rights in Canada: Is Canada a Safe Haven? Envisioning Global LGBT Human Rights, Toronto, 58 pages.

2015

Mulé, N. & Gates-Gasse, E. Envisioning LGBT Refugee Rights in Canada: Exploring Asylum Issues. Envisioning Global LGBT Human Rights, Toronto, 32 pages.

2012

Mulé, N., Brotman, S. & Ryan, B. Report on the National Strategic Research Cluster Development Meeting on Gender and Sexual Diversity and Health and Wellbeing. Toronto, pp. 26.

2007

Jackson, B., Daley, A., Moore, D., Mulé, N., Ross, L., Travers, A., Montgomery, E. Whose Public Health? An Intersectional Approach to Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity and the Development of Public Health Goals for Canada, (Discussion Paper submitted to Health Canada), Rainbow Health Network (RHN)/Coalition for Lesbian and Gay Rights in Ontario (CLGRO), Toronto, pp. 44.

2006

Mulé, N., Donald, C., Warner, T., Russell, E., Tremble, B. Systems Failure: A Report on the Experiences of Sexual Minorities in Ontario’s Health-Care and Social-Services Systems, (Final Report submitted to Health Canada), Coalition for Lesbian and Gay Rights in Ontario (CLGRO), Toronto, pp. 150.

1997

Creative Works

Publication
Year

Mulé, N.J. “QueerEdge: From Gay to Queer Liberation” feature documentary. Principal Investigator, Director, Writer, Executive Producer. Dissident Voices Productions.

2019

Nicol, N. Stand Together. Feature documentary.

2002

“Pass It On.” Historical exhibit of the LGBT movement in Canada. Toronto: Canadian Lesbian and Gay Archives, Coalition for Lesbian and Gay Rights in Ontario, Gay and Lesbian Community Appeal.

1995

Public Lectures

Publication
Year

Roundtable: “Critical Trans Politics.” With Gwen Benaway, Dan Irving, reese simpkins, Syrus Marcus Ware. Sexuality Studies Association (SSA), Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, London, ON. Cancelled due to COVID-19.

2020

Film Screening: “QueerEdge: From Gay to Queer Liberation” and post-screening talkback. Sexuality Studies Association (SSA), Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Vancouver, BC, June 4.

2019

Film Screening: “QueerEdge: From Gay to Queer Liberation” and post-screening talkback on panel with Charlie Hill and Marie Robertson, moderated by Rick Telfer. Capital Pride, Ottawa Public Library, Ottawa, ON, August 21.

2019

Roundtable: “Queered Lens on Social Work Education and Research: In Circle Conversation.” With Tim Dueck. Canadian Association for Social Work Education (CASWE), Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Vancouver, BC, June 6.

2019

Film Screening: “QueerEdge: From Gay to Queer Liberation” and post-screening talkback on panel with Eliza Goroya chaired by Daniel Conway at Living on the Margins Conference, London, England, UK, April 12.

2019

Roundtable: “CASWE: Integrating Sexualities, Genders and Intersectionalities into Social Work Education.” With Susan Cadell, Shirley Chau, Liza Lorenzetti, Francois Luu, Shari McConnell, Heather Peters, Helene Albert. Social Work and Sexualities International Conference, Montreal, QC, Canada, August 9.

2018

Panel Presentation: “Media Activism with Queer and Indigenous Communities: Using Film and Digital Storytelling as Tools for Social Change.” With Wendy McGuire, Marusya Bociurkiw and Ravin Sinclair. Canadian Association for Social Work Education (CASWE), Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Toronto, ON, Canada, May 30.

2017

Roundtable: “The Shifting Terrain Book Launch: A Roundtable on Public Policy Advocacy in Canada Today and in the Future.” With Gloria DeSantis. Association of Nonprofit and Social Economy Research (ANSER) – Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Toronto, ON, June 1.

2017

Panel Presentation: “Envisioning LGBT Asylum in Canada: Is Canada a Safe Haven?” With Nancy Nicol and Junic Wambya, Refugee Matters Series, Centre for Refugee Studies, York University, Toronto, ON, Canada, February 24.

2016

Roundtable: “SWAN Canada; Towards a social work-based social action praxis,” at Canadian Association of Social Work Education (CASWE) – Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Victoria, BC, Canada, June 6.

2013

Roundtable – Co-Chairperson: “NPO sector public policy advocacy/dialogue/co-construction: What's with the labels?" With Gloria DeSantis. Association of Nonprofit and Social Economy Research (ANSER) – Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Waterloo, ON, May 30.

2012

Roundtable – Co-Chairperson: “Advocacy by the Nonprofit Sector: Forms, Relationships, Policies.” With DeSantis, G. Association for Nonprofit and Social Economy Research (ANSER) – Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Fredericton, NB, June 3.

2011

Panel Presentation: “Neo-Liberalism, Diversity and Equity in Schools of Social Work Can the Legacy of Colonization be Overcome?” Canadian Association for Social Work Education (CASWE) – Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Fredericton, NB, June 2.

2011

Mulé, N. 2007. Roundtable Facilitator: “Social Movements and Human Rights” with Allyson Lunny, Sex Talk: Sexuality Studies Research at York, York University, April.

2007

Mulé, N.J. 2006. Presentation: “The Social Determinants of Health and Gay Men”, Toronto Public Health, Gay Men’s Health Committee, Toronto, Ontario, May.

2006

Mulé, N. 2004. Plenary Panel: “Same-Sex Marriage and Queer Culture: One Step Forward, Two Steps Back – A Liberationist Perspective”, Pride Week Public Forum, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto, June.

2004

Mulé, N. 2003. Plenary Panel: “Restricting Queer Voices: Keeping the Queer Movement on a Leash”, Coalition for Lesbian and Gay Rights in Ontario Public Forum on Queer Rights and the Voluntary Sector, Toronto, Ontario, April.

2003

Mulé, N. 2001. “Social Policy and the Equitable Provision of Health Care and Social Services to Lesbians, Gays and Bisexuals”, research study design presentation, Department of Applied Social Science, University of Manchester, Manchester, March.

2001

Mulé, N. 2000. Plenary Panel: “Challenging Discrimination in Health Care: A Sexual Minorities Perspective”, Removing Barriers II Conference, Vancouver, May.

2000

Mulé, N. 1999. Presentation: “The Treatment of Lesbians and Gays in the Health Care and Social Service System”, Southern Ontario Gay and Lesbian Association of Doctors, Toronto, February.

1999

Mulé, N. 1998. “Recognizing Male to Male Violence”, Public Forum, Toronto, November.

1998

Forthcoming

Publication
Year

Forthcoming. Review of Current Issues in Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Health by Jay Harcourt (Ed) in Social Work Education.

Mulé, N.J. (Forthcoming) . “Under the Radar: Recognition of Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Health and Wellbeing in Policy.” Manuscript proposal accepted at University of Toronto Press.



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