Gender Health Justice


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Gender Health Justice

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Gender Health Justice - Episode 6 - Gender Health Justice - kōrero with Niamh, Tanya and Cooper( 1:54:14)       
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Listen to the kōrero (conversation) from an in-person event with panel discussion and Q and A with Cooper (episode 2), Niamh (episode 5) and Tanya Cooke, Chief Executive of Endometriosis NZ.
Published: 21/04/2023 6:00:00 a.m.
Gender Health Justice - Episode 5 Niamh Clerkin( 0:54:12)       
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Niamh is a human being. Niamh is also a mother, a Pelvic Health Physiotherapist and identifies as a cis-gender woman (she/her). She has an extensive background in sports medicine and musculoskeletal physiotherapy and is passionate about using movement and exercise as a fundamental tool in managing female health challenges across the life span, promoting wellbeing and normalising pelvic and sexual health discussions. Niamh, thank you for sharing your story.
Published: 15/11/2022 1:00:00 p.m.
Gender Health Justice - Episode 4 George Parker( 0:56:24)       
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George is Pūkenga Ratoa Hauora | Lecturer in Health Service Delivery in the School of Health, at Te Herenga Waka | Victoria University, a parent and a proud member of the rainbow community. They identify as a Pākehā queer, non-binary person, use they/them pronouns and have worked as a midwife and policy advisor. They are currently part of a team researching the need for trans, non-binary and Takatāpui inclusive perinatal care. George, thank you for sharing your story.
Published: 8/11/2022 10:17:00 a.m.
Gender Health Justice - Episode 3 Fran Kewene (Waikato, Ngāti Maniapoto) ( 0:52:53)       
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Fran Kewene (Waikato, Ngāti Maniapoto) is a lecturer at Te Herenga Waka Victoria University Wellington. They identify as a cis-gender Māori wahine (woman), mana wahine (ia, them they). Fran’s work is located within her identity as a colonised – Māori/British – wahine, exploring 'ko wai au - self', anti-racist praxis, Indigenisation, and Te Tiriti o Waitangi in action. (more information about Fran's experiences in episode resources) Fran, thank you for sharing your story.
Published: 1/11/2022 8:00:00 a.m.
Gender Health Justice - Episode 2 Cooper Sides( 0:44:0)       
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Cooper is a human being. Cooper is also a trans rights activist and they identify as transmasculine and non-binary. Cooper imagines a world where trans and non-binary people can thrive and where they can access the healthcare they need to do so. Cooper, thank you for sharing your story.
Published: 25/10/2022 6:00:00 a.m.
Gender Health Justice - Episode 1 Erin Jackson( 0:45:20)       
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Erin is a human being. Erin is also a professional feminist,a gender justice advocate, a mother and business owner and she identifies as a cis-gender, Pākehā wahine (woman). She is a founding member of Gender Justice Collective and Project Gender and works tirelessly with others to advocate for an Aotearoa New Zealand that is equitable for all people and where all can thrive, regardless of gender. Erin, thank you for sharing your story.
Published: 18/10/2022 6:00:00 a.m.

This is a series developed as a collaboration between Linc Rourou and Plains FM The series is hosted by Fi Deehan The objectives of this series are: • To amplify marginalised voices for advocacy and to provoke system change where there is gender-related healthcare inequities • To learn more about these issues as collaborators, as well as educate others who have little or no awareness of these issues • To start conversations about these issues where have previously been none • To inspire action towards system change • To create a more inclusive and understanding Aotearoa New Zealand Have some questions? Want more information? Want to hear more about these kinds of conversations? Want to contact Fi? Contact Fi for all of the above Listen on Spotify or Apple

Host: Fiona Deehan

Produced By: Linc Rourou and PlainsFM

Language: English

Category: Gender

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