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Today the Human Rights Law Centre released End the Hate: Responding to prejudice motivated speech & violence against the LGBTI community. Cal Hawk sits down with HRLC’s Lee Carnie to unpack the issues surrounding hate crimes, hate speech, and hate conduct alongside recommendations for how we can improve things for our LGBTI communities. To read up on the report, head to: hrlc.org.au.

Later in the show, Lainie Chait chats about ElectroGirl  here one-woman show on as part of the Melbourne Fringe Festival. Following her book of the same name, Lainie has created the show to take audiences on a raw, insightful, and humourous journey exploring her experiences of life and living with epilepsy. For more on ElectroGirl, head to: electrogirl.com.au.

 

This show, Episode #636 originally aired Thursday 13th September, 2018.

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About the author: Cal

 

Cal Hawk is one of the producers and presenters of "Well, Well, Well" JOY's specialist show dedicated to helping LGBTIQ communities look after their health and wellbeing, presented by Thorne Harbour Health.

 

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