Partners

As  Talanoa  prepares to launch, we are developing partnerships with organizations with overlapping goals and strategies and a strong presence in the Pacific.

 
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Pacific Sexual & Gender Diversity Network

The Pacific Sexual and Gender Diversity Network (formerly PSDN) is a regional network of Pacific MSM and Transgender organisations whose mission is to strengthen community leadership, mobilisation and advocacy in the areas of sexuality and gender identities with respect to sexual health including STIs and HIV and AIDS, well being and Human Rights.

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Pacific UN Free and Equal

The Pacific UN Free & Equal campaign extends the reach of the global UN Free & Equal campaign in the Pacific region, aiming to start conversations to help promote the fair treatment of LGBTI people and generate support for measures to protect their rights, regardless of who they are or whom they love.

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Asia Pacific Transgender Network

The Asia Pacific Transgender Network advocates to enable transgender women and menin the Asia and Pacific region
to organise and advocate for the improvement of their health, protection of their legal,social and human rights, and enhancement oftheir social wellbeing and quality of life.

 

 

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ILGA OCEANIA

ILGA Oceania is the Pacific sub-organization of ILGA, the International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Intersex Association. It envisions a world where all human rights of all are respected and where everyone can live in equality and freedom; a world where global justice and equity are assured and established regardless of the people’s sexual orientations, gender identities, gender expressions and sex.

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Oceania Rainbow Network

Oceania Rainbow Network in Sydney,New South Wales, Australia is working towards celebrating our sexual diverse gender community in a culture of equality, respect, dignity and pride for all, and encouraging all Melanesian, Micronesian and Polynesian communities in decision-making, planning, provision and delivery of services and programs.