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  President Wavel Ramkalawan received the President of the Seychelles Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender and Intersex LGBTI Association Mr Naddy Vidot at Government House yesterday morning LGBTI Seychelles is a non governmental organization that advocates for sexual orientation and gender identity rights Mr Vidot was joined by members of the Seychelles LGBTI Board which included Vice President Emily Gonthier Secretary Sasha Alis Treasurer Sanjoe Denousse and Ordinary Members Sylvie Ah Time and Sumita Joubert The President welcomed them in this first courtesy visit to the Government House to present the association He appreciated the opportunity to inform him about the work of his association its goals and plans for the future We should live in a society where anyone is free to live their life however they want regardless of their gender or orientation As long as we respect each other and are tolerant of each other s views said President Ramkalawan During the meeting with the Head of State Mr Vidot and his members had the opportunity to brief him on the work of the Association its strategies in relation to three main areas of focus Legal Reforms Health and Education Relevant focus points during the discussion related to national education anti bullying awareness in schools health services human rights the adoption process and other legal reforms President Ramkalawan has duly noted all the points raised for further consideration while the president also advised the association to continue discussions with all stakeholders to see the way forward Speaking to local media after the meeting the Vice President Sasha Alis expressed her gratitude for being received by the President to continue discussing issues related to the LGBTI community in Seychelles She said It is a momentous historical moment for LGBTI for us to have been able to meet with the president We had an interesting discussion on tangible issues such as national education raising awareness in schools legal issues and health and the possibility for LGBTI people in Seychelles to get equal rights and access to different facilities and services The discussion with the President was open and frank We are all satisfied with our meeting The Seychelles Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender and Intersex LGBTI Association was established in 2015 and officially registered in 2016
President Ramkalawan meets with members of LGBTI Seychelles

1 President Wavel Ramkalawan received the President of the Seychelles Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex (LGBTI) Association, Mr. Naddy Vidot, at Government House yesterday morning. LGBTI Seychelles is a non-governmental organization that advocates for sexual orientation and gender identity rights.

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3 Mr. Vidot was joined by members of the Seychelles LGBTI Board, which included Vice President Emily Gonthier, Secretary Sasha Alis, Treasurer Sanjoe Denousse, and Ordinary Members Sylvie Ah-Time and Sumita Joubert.

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4 The President welcomed them in this first courtesy visit to the Government House to present the association. He appreciated the opportunity to inform him about the work of his association, its goals and plans for the future.

5 “We should live in a society where anyone is free to live their life however they want, regardless of their gender or orientation. As long as we respect each other and are tolerant of each other’s views,” said President Ramkalawan.

6 During the meeting with the Head of State, Mr. Vidot and his members had the opportunity to brief him on the work of the Association, its strategies in relation to three main areas of focus; Legal Reforms, Health and Education. Relevant focus points during the discussion related to national education, anti-bullying awareness in schools, health services, human rights, the adoption process, and other legal reforms.

7 President Ramkalawan has duly noted all the points raised for further consideration, while the president also advised the association to continue discussions with all stakeholders to see the way forward.

8 Speaking to local media after the meeting, the Vice President, Sasha Alis, expressed her gratitude for being received by the President to continue discussing issues related to the LGBTI community in Seychelles.

9 She said: “It is a momentous historical moment for LGBTI, for us to have been able to meet with the president. We had an interesting discussion on tangible issues such as national education, raising awareness in schools, legal issues and health, and the possibility for LGBTI people in Seychelles to get equal rights and access to different facilities and services. The discussion with the President was open and frank. We are all satisfied with our meeting”.

10 The Seychelles Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex (LGBTI) Association was established in 2015 and officially registered in 2016.

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