Audio from the 30th Anniversary of the Homosexual Law Reform Act event, held in the Grand Hall, Parliament on 6 July 2016. This was also the first-time the rainbow flag had been flown at Parliament.
Unfortunately due to technical issues beyond our control the whakatau by Kura Moeahu was not recorded, and there is a bit of distortion on some of the speeches.
1980s, 2010s, activism, annette king, aotearoa new zealand, bill logan, bill sutton, brent coutts, carmen rupe, chris finlayson, coming out, cross political party working group, david butcher, david hindley, david mcgee, des smith, during these days (composition), e te matua (waiata), ewen painter, fran wilde, gareth farr, gay task force, geoffrey palmer, georgina beyer, gerard wood, gisborne, grand hall, grant robertson, hate, hate mail, hawkes bay, helen clark, hiv/aids, homosexual, homosexual law reform, homosexual law reform act (1986), human rights, human rights act (1993), jac lynch, jan logie, john banks, john jolliff, judy keall, katherine o'regan, kura moeahu, law, letter bomb, lifestyle, louisa wall, mahinarangi tocker, marilyn waring, marriage amendment act (2012), marriage equality, michael cullen, national party, new york city, new zealand labour party, nikki kaye, norman jones, parliament buildings, pat mcintosh, paul foster-bell, peter dunne, phil goff, philip patston, poetry, politics, pride, ruth dyson, salvation army, school, social credit party, speaking from the heart (poem), suicide prevention, the glamaphones (wellington), tim barnett, trevor mallard, united states of america, visibility, w.h. auden, wellington, wellington gay task force, youth