Audio from the workshop Don't Leave Out the I: Intersex issues in New Zealand, Australia and the Pacific.
This workshop is historic as it marks the first ever intersex workshop held in Aotearoa New Zealand. The facilitators are Mani Bruce Mitchell and Tommy Hamilton, with Denise Steers and Eliana Golberstein (nee Rubashkyn). Note: the round-the-room participant introductions have been removed from this podcast.
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