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Quests By Community: Public Health Research: Estelle Keerthana

Estelle Keerthana is a PHD Student, in Public Health, at the School of Health and Social Development at Deakin University, who is the first Transgender Person to be awarded a Deakin University Post Graduate Research Scholarship from across India.

Host Ricki Spencer, a Trans Sociologist, asks what are the realities of living in India, beginning from when you realise you are trans, the hardships experienced by those who came before, how things have changed, what still must be improved, what milestones have been achieved in recent years, and what is the quality of life like for those wishing to live in India as Trans in 2022.

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Quests By Community: Growing up was like a Bad Dream | Pharrell Shaymar

Pharrell Shaymar grew up feeling that each day was like being in a bad dream, knew early on, in the wrong body, supposed to be a man, experiencing reduced opportunity in high school, a boxer community activist, PAD Trainer, with sport becoming an important part of his life, learning to accept himself, and doing away…

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Quests By Community: Inclusive, Values, Experiences – Queer Parenting – Author Jasper Peach

Tonight, we meet Jasper Peach, who is a trans, non-binary and disabled writer, editor and broadcaster. Passionate about equitable access and inclusion, Jasper is focused on the dismantling of misplaced shame via storytelling. You’ll be a Wonderful Parent is their first book, unlike any other on the market, with something for everyone to learn from…

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Seahorse – Improving Diverse Genders and Sexualities inclusion in Australian Sport

Beau Newell is the National Program Manager for Pride in Sport, a national not-for-profit program designed to assist sporting organisations with the inclusion of employees, athletes, volunteers, and spectators with diverse genders and sexualities, creating better health outcomes for LGBTQ players, coaches, fans, and others by creating inclusive spaces through the reduction of homophobia, transphobia,…

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