Discussion on the Pacific Human Rights Conference, held 11-14 May 2015 in Tonga. The conference was hosted by the Pacific Sexual Diversity Network (PSDN) and had the theme: Our Voices, Our Communities, Our Rights! It was attended by almost 100 people.
This is the short video that was shown at the end of the presentation:
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