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Wednesday 07 December 2016


 Outing Violence: Analysing the data
Posted in: Our Communities  24th November 2016
Hohou Te Rongo Kahukura – Outing Violence are offering the LGBTI communities an opportunity to request specific analysis of information following a survey about experiences in relationships, sexual encounters, and help-seeking around partner and sexual violence.


 We will remember them…
Posted in: Our Communities  23rd November 2016
The Transgender Day of Remembrance was marked across the country on Sunday. During a service at St Matthews in the City, Abbi Pritchard-Jones spoke of the importance of honouring the victims of transphobic murders and called on the wider LGBTI family for support.


 Police making Rainbow Connections
Posted in: Our Communities  21st November 2016
As the police look to strengthen their commitment to diversity and relations with LGBTI communities their Rainbow ‘Aniwaniwa’ Connections Police diversity group is giving LGBTI stakeholders a voice.


 Bringing gay Māori men out of the closet
Posted in: Our Communities  18th November 2016
Thirty years ago those starting to work with Māori affected by HIV at the start of the epidemic in New Zealand faced some remarkable challenges... particularly invisibility.


 Questioning sexuality in the workforce
Posted in: Our Communities  9th November 2016
A privacy policy that allows a recruitment company to ask questions relating to a person’s sexuality and sexual practices has been criticised by the Privacy Commission, who say the policy seems “excessive” and collecting information such as this is “concerning”.


 Meet Mr Gay Wellington 2016: Adrian Renor
Posted in: Our Communities  5th November 2016
Adrian Renor is the newly crowned Mr Gay Wellington, we chat to the circus and dance student about being the first ever trans contestant to win a Mr Gay title in the country.


 What will Airbnb's new policy mean for LGBTI users?
Posted in: Our Communities  4th November 2016
Airbnb have announced a new anti-discrimination policy that all users must sign if they wish to use the website, but is a policy such as this one legally binding in New Zealand?


 Right to Life versus Inside Out
Posted in: Our Communities  31st October 2016
Right to Life New Zealand is currently launching an Official Information Act attack against RainbowYOUTH's Inside Out programme. Craig Young asks, who are these people and what are they trying to do?


  GLITTFAB lives in Palmerston North
Posted in: Our Communities  29th October 2016
MaLGRA celebrates 30 years with a GLITTFAB Symposium


 Christianity and LGBTI allies
Posted in: Our Communities  27th October 2016
Christianity and LGBTI life is often at odds ends, but this past Labour weekend in Auckland a conference was held aiming to provide a safe space for LGBTI Christians to share their experiences in the hopes of educating church leaders.