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Human Rights Commission issues report on “rainbow” human rights in Aotearoa New Zealand.

Human Rights Commission issues report on “rainbow” human rights in Aotearoa New Zealand.

People of diverse sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, or sex characteristics (SOGIESC) continue to suffer in New Zealand from discrimination when it comes to basic human rights like access to quality healthcare, education and work. The “Prism” report issued today by the Human Rights Commission details six human rights issues related to people of […]

Rūrangi – Whānau Marama: New Zealand International Film Festival – 24 July –2 August, 2020

Rūrangi – Whānau Marama: New Zealand International Film Festival – 24 July –2 August, 2020

Offering genuine representation for Aotearoa’s gender-diverse community both on screen and off, local series Rūrangi is set to have its world premiere as part of Whānau Marama: New Zealand International Film Festival, running 24 July –2 August, 2020. Rūrangi will make history as the first web-series to feature in the Festival’s celebrated programme, and as […]

First Samoan fa’afafine at Massey University to receive a PhD in Media Studies

First Samoan fa’afafine at Massey University to receive a PhD in Media Studies

On June 24, Angie Enoka will become the first Samoan fa’afafine to graduate with a Doctor of Philosophy in Media Studies at Massey University. Ms Enoka hopes that her academic success will encourage other fa’afafine to look at education as a career option and hopes more Pacific people take on postgraduate studies. “When you grow […]

OUTLine AGM 2020 – 24 June 2020

OUTLine AGM 2020 – 24 June 2020

The OUTLine 2020 AGM will be held via zoom on Wednesday 24th June, 6-8pm. They invite friends, whānau and members of OUTLine to attend their Annual General Meeting, a time to celebrate the organisation’s achievements and the mahi of the team + make decisions about the future of the organisation. At this meeting the election […]

No Man’s Land by A.J. Fitzwater

No Man’s Land by A.J. Fitzwater

No Man’s Land is a historical fantasy and a love story set in the golden plains of North Otago. Dorothea ‘Tea’ Gray joins the Land Service and is sent to work on a remote farm, one of many young women left to fill the empty shoes left by fathers and brothers serving in the Second […]

IDAHOT: NGO Coalition on Human Rights calls for Protection of LGBTQI Rights

IDAHOT: NGO Coalition on Human Rights calls for Protection of LGBTQI Rights

17 May 2020 marked the International Day against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia. The day is marked worldwide to raise awareness on the discrimination and human rights violations faced by the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and intersex (LGBTQI) community. In line with this year’s theme, the Fiji NGO Coalition on Human Rights (NGOCHR) stands in […]

Do Good Tees Podcast: An Incomplete Guide To Rainbow Parenting

Do Good Tees Podcast: An Incomplete Guide To Rainbow Parenting

Check out Do Good Tees Podcast Okay, you’re a good parent, but when it comes to gender diversity and sexuality, you don’t know your Heteronormatives from your Non-Binaries. But now your kid has changed their name and wants their personal pronoun to be they and them, and you just don’t get it. You’re not alone. […]

Support Q Theatre

Q wouldn’t be Q without the amazing whānau that grace their stages with their creativity. Q want to get back to hosting these amazing people as soon as possible but they need our help to get there. As Auckland Pride tweeted Q has a long relationship with Auckland Pride and the Pride festival. Show your […]

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