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
Join us for Our Party and celebrate Pride with Ivy Bar and Cabaret, Wellington Rainbow Affiliation Towards Hope (The Affiliation), and Gender Minorities Aotearoa!
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.
Gender Minorities Aotearoa is hosting SHE + THEY during Fringe Festival in Wellington. A New Zealand Premiere by the writer/performer of award-winning ""ZE."
Gender Minorities Aotearoa Auckland officially launched today, with local trans folks and friends and whanau marching in the Auckland Pride March #OurMarch
Join us for kai and social chats with lovely people, bring yourself, whanau and friends, and some kai to share if you want to. Kai and chats go for the first two hours, and then we watch a film for the last two hours.
Auckland #OurMarch pride parade float and banner painting session is on!
This month on Sunday 15th December:
Our volunteer and staff get together is from 2pm.
Raw Sugar is on from 4pm, with kai downstairs till 5pm, and a film screening upstairs from 5pm till 7pm.
Our trans youth led gala was a huge success, with over 200 attendees, a dozen lively stalls, and a sweet chill zone. We wrapped up with the Wellington launch of Counting Ourselves, the national 2019 trans health report.
Our fantastic 2019 resource, Supporting Aotearoa's Rainbow People, is a practical guide for mental health professionals who are working with transgender or other Rainbow patients, or who simply want to upskill and understand with sensitivity some of the barriers for rainbow people in accessing mental health services. Written by Gloria Fraser, with co-design from Gender … Continue reading Rainbow Mental Health Resource