Why Diverse SOGIESC Inclusion Matters

This Think Piece by Emily Dwyer, Co-Founder and Co-Director of Edge Effect, speaks to the immediate importance of including people with diverse SOGIESC in humanitarian work.


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On today and online if you are not in Geneva: "The negative impact of the legacies of colonialism on the enjoyment of human rights of people with diverse SOGIESC." Registration needed: https://t.co/9fa3a3MSCS https://t.co/zdgdZ9pmXz sogiesc photo
Great to have more insights on what #LGBTQI inclusive development means in practice in specific thematic areas, such as agriculture, from @USAIDInclusive and partners ... https://t.co/3utJHIPr2C
Edge Effect @sogiesc welcomes the specific inclusion of #LGBTIQ+ people in the text of the @dfat @UNDRR Co-Chairs Statement for the 2022 Asia Pacific Ministerial Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction #APMCDRR. Next stop ... the Sendai Framework mid-term review in 2023 ... https://t.co/UsEPbLvaQo sogiesc photo
At the closing ceremony for the Australia Pacific Ministerial Conference for Disaster Risk Reduction #APMCDRR2022. Such a big few days connecting with old friends and brand new colleagues. https://t.co/WjHLPPtp09 sogiesc photo
So proud of our co-founder Emily Dwyer as one of the UNDRR finalist for #WINDRR - also congratulations to all the amazing women finalists https://t.co/RGoN6yrNts sogiesc photo
Getting ready for the first ever #apcmdrr session focusing on #LGBTIQ+ people spotlight session 10: Addressing the Risks faced by #LGBTIQ+ people and people with diverse SOGIESC in #DRR with @dfat @UNDRR @unwomenasia @john_nasilasila @BillyTusker @mariholts https://t.co/5dGut0c4fY sogiesc photo

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