The SGDWG is holding it's second annual community event, with a panel discussion/panel presentations explaining what services are now available and how you can access them, as well as plans for the near future.
Trans, intersex and rainbow community organisations strongly encourage all political parties to take these issues seriously this election and demonstrate how their policies and actions will meet the human rights obligations set out in the Human Rights Commission’s Prism report.
Below is the letter from The Affiliation, sent to the 'international' pride parade committee 24/02/2020 24th February 2020Wellington Rainbow Affiliation Towards Hope ('The Affiliation') Dear Wellington International Pride Parade Committee,The Affiliation affirms that we welcome an open and honest public consultation process. We do not believe that closed door meetings are appropriate, as these concerns are … Continue reading Letter to ‘International’ Pride Parade
Wellington Rainbow Affiliation Towards Hope, an alliance of LGBTQI+ organisations, groups, and small business owners in Wellington, has this week penned a letter calling rainbow people in Wellington to stand together to ensure Wellington International Pride Parade (WIPP) engages in meaningful community consultation.
This statement was drafted by takatāpui, trans and non-binary people and organisations in Aotearoa New Zealand. It explains why it is so important that the Births, Deaths, Marriages and Relationships Registration Act (BDMRRA) 1995 is amended.