On Tuesday 13th March something special happened at the Canterbury Street Stables, Flemington.
Sixty people joined Daniel for an exclusive filmed event where he sharee the findings of 100s and 100s of ‘cuppa’ conversations with every Australians from all walks of life.  The audience found out if things really are better these days for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) young people and what can be done to best support them and challenge the homophobia of those around them.
Hosted by the City of Moonee Valley, the event was divided into two parts:
(a) A multi-media presentation that shared stories, video clips and photos to illustrate what Daniel found out after 266 relentless “Groundhog Days” on the road; and (after a break),
(b) A Q&A with the Victorian Equal Opportunity & Human Rights Commission’s Kenton Miller that teased out audience questions and the things that amused and intrigued Kenton.
Stay tuned over the coming months as this event becomes a collection of YouTube clips that can be readily accessed by regional, rural and remote Australian communities.

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