Three Other Sheep Coordinators attend ILGA 2016 – Europe, Myanmar and Thailand

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Other Sheep Coordinators from Europe (Renato Lings), Myanmar (Saw Zin Maung Soe), and Thailand (Pongthorn Chanlearn), along with the Executive Director of Other Sheep (Steve Parelli), met-up together in Bangkok, Thailand, at the ILGA (International Lesbian and Gay Association) International Conference, November 27-December 3, 2016.

BRONX, NEW YORK, by Rev. STEPHEN PARELLI, MARCH 1, 2017*

Rev. Renato Lings, Coordinator for Other Sheep in Europe, came to Bangkok for the ILGA conference from the Philippines where he had just concluded about a month’s tour of the Philippines teaching his book, in seminars, Love Lost in Translation.

ILGA is an international secular organization that, through activism by its members throughout the world, works for the human rights of LGBT people in various countries and regions.  Other Sheep is a non-voting member of ILGA.

On Wednesday of the conference week, Myanmar and Thailand Coordinators met with the Exec Dir to discus items of business.

The following photo:  Taken Wednesday, November 30, 2016, The Exec. Dir. with the Four Other Sheep Coordinators who attended ILGA 2016.

The following photo:  Taken Monday, November 28, 2016, The Exec Dir with the Myanmar Coordinator

The following photo:  Taken Tuesday, November 29, 2016, The Exec Dir with the Myanmar and Thailand Coordinators (center).  Far left in photo:  Exec Dir’s roommate at the conference.

The following photo:  Taken Tuesday, November 29, 2016, The Exec Dir with the Myanmar and Thailand Coordiantors

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*This blog was created in, and published to the Internet from, the Bronx, New York, on March 1, 2017.  The publishing date assigned to this blog is December 5, 2016. The assigned publishing date (of December 5, 2016) will place this blog chronologically in a more correct spacing/ordering in relationship to the timing of other blogs, i.e., other events.
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