Audio from the second keynote panel discussion: Fighting Homophobia in Our Communities. Speakers include Bill Logan, Eileen Brown, Steve Farrow, Jan Logie and Nigel Studdart. The panel discussion was held at St Andrew's on the Terrace. Jan Logie refers to Murray Riches' research How Do We Make it Better. Murray was also interviewed.
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