I have been incredibly fortunate to be invited to speak at two talks/lectures in the last two weeks. One of them was at Unitec Henderson Campus, where I spoke in front of a bunch of incredible 1st year students studying Social Practice and the other at The Problem Gambling Foundation on behalf of The Peace Foundation and The Mental Health Foundation (organizer of Pink Shirt Day in New Zealand), which was in front of people from all walks of life; both these talks were in celebration of Pink Shirt Day 2015. I have been a part of the Pink Shirt Day Event for the past two years now. It feels great to be able to contribute to an initiative that I feel incredibly passionate about. Here is the information that I shared at the event:
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