Audio from the workshop: Hohou Te Rongo Kahukura - Outing Violence.
Hohou Te Rongo Kahukura - Outing Violence is dedicated to building rainbow communities in Aotearoa New Zealand free of partner and sexual violence. Formed with a stellar advisory group in 2015, the project has built a website with rainbow-specific resources, and held 20 hui with rainbow communities from Whangarei to Dunedin. The project also designed a New Zealand first survey about experiences of violence for sex, sexuality and gender diverse people. The workshop was facilitated by Sandra Dickson.
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