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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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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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