It can't be presumed that all Oceania LGBTIQ people are navigating toward the same destination. We are a diverse community with needs that ebb and flow as precariously as the oceans tides. Where ever our people seek to arrive, Love Life Fono facilitates relevant connections to support people in their journey.
As a biennial international gathering of Oceania LGBTIQ communities, Love Life Fono offers an important opportunity to establish and maintain meaningful connections. Love Life Fono committee members Tanu Gago and Tim Baice present a snap shot of the 2015 Love Life Fono (3-6 December 2015), Pacific approaches to growing the cultural landscape and engaging Pacific diaspora.
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