Audio from the session: Fighting homophobia, transphobia and bigotry in our communities.
Social transformation means transformation of our own communities; our workplaces, schools, homes. This includes challenging everyday bigotry such as homophobia, transphobia, racism, sexism. A discussion of strategy and tactics in challenging everyday bigotry and oppression.
2010s, activism, aotearoa new zealand, auckland, barry curtis, beyond conference (2013), bill logan, brothels, calum bennachie, campaign for marriage equality, civil union act (2004), civil unions, discrimination, diversity, gay, gender and sexual diversity at work (2013), gordon copeland, health, hiv/aids, homophobia, homosexual law reform, jo wrigley, le'au asenati lole-taylor, legaliselove (wellington), lesbian, manukau city council (control of street prostitution) bill (2005), manukau city council (regulation of prostitution in specified places) bill (2010), marriage amendment act (2012), marriage equality, marriage equality conference (2012), media, new zealand labour party, new zealand prostitutes collective (nzpc), out at work network, politics, prison, privilege, queer, sex work, stigma, the queer avengers (wellington), transgender, transphobia, unions, wellington, wellington high school, youth