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Director of Corporate Engagement at OutRight Action International Elise Colomer-Cheadle interviews Asian LGBTIQ activist and social entrepreneur Kenneth Kwok. Based in Hong Kong, Kenneth is Founder and CEO of Global Citizens Capital & the Better Together Foundation, Community Developer at SHK Group and the Founder & Co-President of Asia World Anti-…
 
A first time study on domestic and family violence against LGBT people in Myanmar was completed in 2019 and published in a report called, "Rainbow Tears." Grace Poore talks with two Myanmar LGBTI advocates Aung Myo Min & Aint Hmue, who were involved in the study. Findings will be used to push for a new law in Myanmar that prohibits violence against…
 
In this episode of OutRight TV, Head of Operations Kevin Wanzor interviews OutRight Alum Karyn Kaplan. Karyn was an HIV Program Officer for OutRight (then IGLHRC) from 1998 - 2002 and continues to fight for HIV/AIDS treatment access today. Karyn talks about OutRight being invited to speak at the first ever UN General Assembly Special Session on HIV…
 
In acknowledging 30 years as an organization, this OutRight TV episode features OutRight alum Tom Boellstorff, interviewed by Operations Manager Kevin Wanzor. Tom was a volunteer for OutRight (then IGLHRC) in 1991 during the time IGLHRC hosted the International Gay and Lesbian Symposium and Film Festival in the Soviet Union. Tom talks about working…
 
In this episode of OutRight TV, Arabic Media Coordinator Nazeeha Saeed speaks to Norma Lize, a trans activist from Lebanon who sought asylum in Vancouver, Canada two years ago. Norma, despite living her authentic life in Canada, talks about discrimination she continues to face based on her ethnicity and identity. Together they discuss the positive …
 
In this episode of OutRight TV, Africa Program Officer Yvonne Wamari speaks to Ishamael Bahati of PEMA Kenya. PEMA advances the human rights of gender and sexual minorities in Kenya and was one of OutRight's COVID-19 grant recipients. Ishamael talks about an inability to access government relief, hostile home environments, and the importance of mai…
 
In this episode of Outright TV, Asia Program Coordinator Ging Cristobal speaks to Maroz Ramos of GALANG Philippines. GALANG is one of the organizations in the Philippines that received a grant from OutRight's COVID-19 Global LGBTIQ Emergency fund. Maroz talks about GALANG's focus on the intersection of LBT rights, economic disadvantage, and feminis…
 
In this episode of OutRight TV, Communications Assistant Kate Martin speaks to Beijing +25 fellow Ro-Ann Mohammed. Ro-Ann talks about her work diversifying the LGBTIQ narrative in the Caribbean through Pride events, research, and her organization, SHE Barbados. Ro-Ann encourages the global North to be mindful of the rhetoric used when speaking abou…
 
In this episode of OutRight TV Senior Communications Manager Daina Ruduša speaks to her friend, and long-time LGBTIQ and human rights activist Kaspars Zālītis in Riga, Latvia. They talk about how far Latvia has come, about the drastic contrast between societal acceptance and political will, of the concerning development of a local nationalist polit…
 
Luiza Veado, OutRight's UN Program Officer interviews Gabriel Alves de Faria, a human rights activist and lawyer from Brazil and living in Belgium. Together they talk about the constant productivity that comes with being an activist and what it's like stepping back from work and focusing on family life. Gabriel's work with Not Only Voices can be fo…
 
In this episode of OutRight TV, UN Program Officer Luiza Veado interviews Amanda McRae, Director of UN Advocacy at Women Enabled International. Luiza and Amanda discuss WEI's work at the intersection of disability and gender, the similarities in discrimination during the COVID-19 response, and how organizations can be more intersectional.…
 
In this episode of OutRight TV, Arabic Media Coordinator Nazeeha Saeed speaks to Kuwait natives Nour and Yousef, a transgender woman and a transgender man. Staying anonymous due to safety reasons, the two talk to Nazeeha about violence, discrimination, and everyday struggles they face as a result of being trans in Kuwait.This episode is spoken in A…
 
In this episode of OutRight TV, UN Program Officer Luiza Veado speaks to Roberto Cuerto, founder of Somoskuir, a digital platform for queer people and stories. Roberto discusses how COVID-19 and it's consequential online events have expanded accessibility for those with access to the internet and encourages people to widen their digital circles and…
 
In this episode of OutRight TV, OutRight Regional Sexual and Development expert Kennedy Carrillo speaks with fashion designer Eddy Middleton. Eddy talks about the transition from growing up in Belize to studying and working in New York City and the additional challenges that being gay and black bring to navigating the fashion industry in America.…
 
In this episode of OutRight TV Senior Communications Manager Daina Ruduša talks to Danijel Kalezić, Executive Director of Queer Montenegro, the first LGBTIQ organization in Montenegro. The conversation happens two days after a historic moment - the Montenegrin parliament has just passed partnership legislation for same-sex couples! Danijel talks ab…
 
In this episode of OutRight TV, OutRight's Arabic Media Coordinator Nazeeha Saeed speaks with Tarek Zaidan, the Executive Director of Helem, the first queer Lebanese organization recognized in the MENA region. Tarek walks listeners through the lessons Helem has learned from COVID-19 and the Lebanon revolution in terms of how they organize, what the…
 
In this episode of OutRight TV, UN Program Officer Sahar Moazami speaks to queer feminist activist Ritu Borah in Delhi. They discuss the intersections of the queer and feminist movements and how gender-based violence plagues them both. They talk about what advocacy looks like during a pandemic (think: queer zoom backgrounds) and the importance of o…
 
In this episode of OutRight TV, human rights lawyer Mostafa Fouad speaks with Nazeeha Saeed about the life and legacy of LGBTIQ activist Sarah Hegazi, just days after she took her own life in Canada, where she was seeking asylum. Mostafa discusses the violence and hate that Sarah received in the three years since her arrest, the ways in which her i…
 
In this intensely personal episode Senior Development Manager Chandler Bazemore opens up to Executive Director Jessica Stern about growing up as a Black man in Virginia - the capital of the confederacy, about the four key conversations parents have with Black kids as they grow up maneuvering racial inequality in the US, and his hopes and fears abou…
 
In this episode, Executive Director, Jessica Stern talks to George Ayala from MPact Global Action for Gay Men’s Health and Rights. They discuss how COVID-19 is impacting the global HIV response, including organizational setbacks, and increased scapegoating.OutRight TV features informal conversations about the experiences, feelings, challenges, and …
 
In this episode, Asia program project coordinator Ging Cristobal speaks to Ryan Sylverio, regional coordinator of the ASEAN SOGIE Caucus from the Philippines. Ryan shares how work in ASEAN on LGBTIQ rights was hampered by the pandemic, his 80's youtube workout and what he looks forward to when the pandemic ends.OutRight TV features informal convers…
 
In this episode OutRight's Nazeeha Saeed speaks to Emmy nominated journalist Ahmed Shihab-Eldin about why he ended up in Kuwait, about enjoying time at home, exploring new ways of telling stories, and losing oneself in music.OutRight TV features informal conversations about the experiences, feelings, challenges, and anxieties, as well as hopes, tha…
 
In this episode of OutRight TV, Executive Director Jessica Stern talks to Carlos Quesada, Founder and Executive Director of the International Institute on Race Equality and Human Rights. Together they talk about being black, transgender, and a woman in Latin America. They discuss where those individuals fit into public policy, social isolation, and…
 
In this episode, Ice Seguerra - actor, singer, bad-ass guitar player, and transgender activist from the Philippines sings and shares with Asia program project Coordinator Ging Cristobal, the different songs that describe various monumental stages in his life. Ice discusses growing up in the spotlight, getting married and losing work, and being an a…
 
In this episode, Caribbean Researcher Kennedy Carrillo speaks with South African friend and colleague, Liesl Theron about how a South African ends up settling in Mexico City, the founding of the first trans rights organization in South Africa "Gender DynamiX", and life in lockdown in Mexico.OutRight TV features informal conversations about the expe…
 
In this episode, UN Program Intern Sonya Cotton speaks to South African artist and community organizer Kelly-eve Koopman about imaginative labor, or the type of work needed to imagine a new, better post-covid world.OutRight TV features informal conversations about the experiences, feelings, challenges, and anxieties, as well as hopes, that LGBTIQ p…
 
In this episode UN Program Officer Sahar Moazami speaks to Liza from Immigration Equality, an organization which supports LGBTIQ immigrants seeking safety from persecution, about the dangers facing LGBTIQ asylum seekers in detention centers, Immigration Equality's campaign to release of all HIV+ people in detention, and the exponentially amplified …
 
In this episode Senior Adviser for Global Advocacy Paul Jansen talks to Kwanzaa Vinaa and Ryan Korbarri in Jakarta about the particular impact of COVID-19 on trans women in Indonesia, such as losing work on the streets, not being able to access government support due to lack of ID documents, and rising violence.OutRight TV features informal convers…
 
In this episode Asia program project coordinator Ging Cristobal speaks to Nada Chiyajit from Thailand who is interviewed in her room in the United Kingdom where she is taking her masteral degree. She shares how she remains at peace while isolated during the lockdown, her decision to stay in the UK instead of flying back to Chang Rai to be with her …
 
In this episode OutRight TV becomes "OutRight Love Connection", as Executive Director Jessica Stern talks to friend and former Outright board member Monroe France about getting sick with COVID-19, and what that was like for him as a single man living alone.OutRight TV features informal conversations about the experiences, feelings, challenges, and …
 
In this episode of OutRight TV, Executive Director Jessica Stern reunites with Karamo Brown of Queer Eye to chat about being a former OutRight board member, our connections to the global LGBTIQ movement, and the Fab Five coming to OutRight.OutRight TV features informal conversations about the experiences, feelings, challenges, and anxieties, as wel…
 
In this Episode, OutRight's Senior Communications Manager Daina Ruduša speaks to Tina Kolos Orban from Transvanilla in Hungary about Prime Minister Orban's growing authoritarianism, using COVID-19 as an excuse to amass more power, and Tina finding sanctuary on a farm.OutRight TV features informal conversations about the experiences, feelings, chall…
 
In this episode MJ Moneymaker, OutRight's digital communications manager chats with Kim Windvogel, a former OutRight Religion Fellow, about South Africa's five-week military quarantine, not showering for 36 hours, South Africans standing up for their rights and our gratitude to all the artists who are creating art 'providing everything for us'.OutR…
 
In this episode Asia program project coordinator Ging Cristobal speaks to Lini Zurlia from Jakarta, Indonesia about virtual group drinking, and how she can't wait for this pandemic to be over so that they can protest in the streets, and the inspiring blue sky which has emerged in Jakarta at this time!OutRight TV features informal conversations abou…
 
In this episode of OutRight TV Em Rubey speaks to Bella Fitzpatrick in Ireland about the difference between working from home and staying at home and trying to work during a pandemic, about Hugo the dog being Bella's saviour during this time, getting kinda sick of banana bread, and people aching to show kindness. OutRight TV features informal conve…
 
In this episode UN Program Officer Luiza Drummon Veado talks to Tushar Malik from India, who now lives in Amsterdam, about the lack of infrastructure and systems for lockdown in India, practicing self-care, Tushar's Facebook cooking show and new plant babies, and an extrovert's need for human connection.OutRight TV features informal conversations a…
 
In this episode of OutRight TV Arabic Media Coordinator Nazeeha Saeed speaks to Maya in Toronto Canada about making sock puppets, uncertainty and anxiety, worries about a growing police state, and so many Lebanese drag queens on Instagram.OutRight TV features informal conversations about the experiences, feelings, challenges, and anxieties, as well…
 
In this episode Communications Intern Kate Martin speaks to UN Program Intern Sonya Cotton about the various places she has lived, about not being able to enjoy New York while living in it, and how her future plans and hopes have changed in light of the pandemic. OutRight TV features informal conversations about the experiences, feelings, challenge…
 
In this episode Communications Intern Kate Martin speaks to UN Program Intern Sonya Cotton about the various places she has lived, about not being able to enjoy New York while living in it, and how her future plans and hopes have changed in light of the pandemic.OutRight TV features informal conversations about the experiences, feelings, challenges…
 
In this episode of OutRight TV Development Associate Cacille Ealy speaks to UN Program Officer Luiza Veado about 2020 being cancelled, ridiculous politicians, and reality tv.OutRight TV features informal conversations about the experiences, feelings, challenges, and anxieties, as well as hopes, that LGBTIQ people and allies are experiencing. https:…
 
In this episode of OutRight TV Caribbean Researcher Kennedy Carillo interviews her wife Kiki Carillo - and her artistic alter ego Franchesca “Ke Riiiiiiico Papi” - about being the captain of the home ship, looking for unripe tomatoes, rationing, and virtual music gigs as an outlet, a source of information and education.OutRight TV features informal…
 
In this episode of OutRight TV Arabic Media Coordinator Nazeeha Saeed speaks to Ayouba El Hamri about being stuck, about how everything is changing, and learning to be a video chat lover!OutRight TV features informal conversations about the experiences, feelings, challenges, and anxieties, as well as hopes, that LGBTIQ people and allies are experie…
 
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