Richard Tankersley  [image: supplied]

Richard Tankersley

Human Rights with Richard Tankersley

Audio from a presentation by Human Rights Commissioner Richard Tankersley on human rights issues facing rainbow and gender diverse communities in Aotearoa New Zealand. A special thank you to Richard, Jem Traylen, St Andrew's on the Terrace and Rainbow Wellington for allowing us to record and share this event.

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Citation information

URL:http://www.pridenz.com/human_rights_with_richard_tankersley.html
Record date:16th March 2017
Location:St Andrew's on the Terrace (Wellington)