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Transgender Health Panel Discussion

Audio from the transgender health panel discussion, held on International Transgender Day of Visibility, 31 March 2021. The event was recorded at the Ministry of Health in Wellington. A special thanks to the organisers and participants for allowing this event to be recorded and shared.

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Record date:31st March 2021
Location:Manatū Hauora Ministry of Health, Wellington
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URL:https://www.pridenz.com/transgender_health_panel_discussion_2021.html