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HEALTH CARE FOCUS - Do Better: 2SLGBTQ+ Youth Recommendations for Change in Ontario
Join LGBT YouthLine for a panel focused on how the health care sector in Ontario can #DoBetter.

During this webinar, YouthLine staff will share information about the 7 Recommendations, with special emphasis on recommendations related to the health care sector. We will then be joined by an incredible panel of 2SLGBTQ+ youth, and a moderator with in-depth knowledge of the health care sector. There will also be space for folks who join us to ask questions.

Our moderator for the panel will be:
Nanky Rai (she/they). Nanky is a migrant settler from India-occupied Kashmir who is formally trained in public health and practices as a primary care physician in Toronto. They work closely with 2SLGBTQIA+ communities including BIPOC, trans and gender nonconforming people, people who use drugs, and people who are unhoused and or undocumented. She has been active in anti-colonial and anti-imperialist grassroots movements for migrant and health justice for over 10 years. As the 2SLGBTQIA+ Health Theme Lead for the medical school at the University of Toronto, Nanky is committed to building anti-oppressive medical education.

While this launch is open to anyone who wishes to attend, we especially encourage those in decision making positions within the health care sector to attend. This includes: board members, CEO’s, directors, managers, all levels of elected officials, and physicians, among others. We also encourage others who work in this field to attend, including public health staff, nurses, triage workers, paramedics, med students, and community health clinic workers, among others.

Learn more about the Recommendations Report at dobetter.youthline.ca!

Questions? Reach out to info@youthline.ca

#DoBetterOntario #DoBetter #WereHere #2SLGBTQ #Youth #Ontario #LGBTYouthLine

We’re hosting 5 other launches, each with a different focus area! For more information about the other launches, visit dobetter.youthline.ca

Apr 21, 2021 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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