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Well, Well, Well

16 May 2019

LGBTIQ & Diverse SOGIESC Community Inclusion in Humanitarian Efforts

Government & Organizations

In the lead up to IDAHOBIT 2019, Cal is joined in the studio by Emily Dwyer from Edge Effect – an organisation focused on supporting humanitarian and development groups to work in genuine partnerships with sexual and gender minorities (aka people with diverse sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, and sexual characteristics (SOGIESC), or LGBTIQ+ people). Emily also shares an exciting announcement with the launch of 42 Degrees – a new NGO working in this humanitarian sector.

Plus, we continue our Volunteer Spotlight series in the lead up to National Volunteer Week as we talk to Kate – a long-serving volunteer at Thorne Harbour Health’s Positive Living Centre.

This show, Episode #670 originally aired Thursday 16th May 2019.

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