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Part II: SOGIE experiences and inclusion in times of disaster Quiz

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  1. “Research has shown that after a disaster, LGBTQ people are more likely to be socially isolated and face disrespect or harassment in settings such as emergency shelters”.1
  2. The discrimination, violence and isolation LGBT people face before, during and after emergencies weakens their ability to live resilient and dignified lives, survive and recover, and humanitarian and disaster response organizations do not appear to be systematically dealing with the problem.1
  3. Some LGBTI people are reluctant to access emergency services because of historic and ongoing discrimination and abuse experienced by them and their communities.1
  4. In times of disaster, SOGIE diverse people are sometimes blamed for the disaster itself.1
  5. Because SOGIE diversity is not mentioned specifically In any of the international agreements or charters, they do not have the same human rights as other people1
  6. The Humanitarian Charter expresses our shared conviction as humanitarian agencies that all people affected by disaster of conflict have a right to receive protection and assistance to nesure the basic conditions for life with dignity. Which of the following protection principles apply to SOGIE diver people?1
  7. Vanuatu is a member of the UN and the Commonwealth of Nations, and has signed official agreements regarding Human Rights with these organizations. Which of the agreements presented below govern and protect the rights of SOGIE diverse people?1
  8. What protection under the law do SOGIE people have in Vanuatu?1
  9. The LGBTI Inclusion Index measure the degree to which LGBTI people are included in which important areas of society?1
  10. My organization treats everyone equally – that is the best and only way to make sure everyone is included and treated fairly.1
  11. SOGIE diverse people remain excluded at all different levels of humanitarian response, which makes it difficult to create a clear picture of this tragic situation.1
  12. If an organization is aware of SOGIE Discrimination, but does not address it, where does it fall on the Edge Effect Continuum?1
  13. Whether or not a humanitarian organization has awareness of SOGIE issues or not does not affect the quality and impact of their services – they will still be able to meet the humanitarian imperative.1