Public Speaking, Events and Media

SFU Faculty of Education (producer) (2018, June 27). Interview with Sharalyn Jordan: Working at the intersections of Mental Health and Social Justice. Research in Focus. Retrieved from

Meurrens, S. Edelman & Okun Nachoff (producers) (2018, February 27) Interview with Sharalyn Jordan: How to Overcome Systemic Barriers in LGBTQ Asylyum. Borderlands Podcast. Episode 14. Retrieved from 

Rainbow Refugee (2013, May 31). Seeking Refuge: Resettlement of Refugees who have fled persecution related to Sexual Orientation & Gender Identity. Panel Moderator. Canadian Council for Refugees Spring Consultation, Burnaby, BC.

Morrissey, C. Jordan, S & Rainbow Refugee (2012, November 26) Seeking Refuge from persecution related to sexuality or gender identity. Surrey Pride Society and Department of Gender, Sexuality, and Women's Studies Joint Lecture Series. Surrey, BC.

Jordan, S. (2012, May 30) Right to Refuge: Impact of Bill C-31 on refugees facing homophobic and transphobic persecution. Right to Refuge  Panel presentation, Co-organized by SFU Vancity Community Engagement Office, UBC Liu Institute for Global Studies. SFU Woodwards, Vancovuer, BC.

Jordan, S & Rainbow Refugee members (2012, August 21) Post-Sceening Discussion of the film Invisible Men. Vancouver Queer Film Festival, Vancity Theatre,Vancouver, BC. Also covered on Global Breakfast TV

Houston, A. (2012, October 2) Jason Kenney defends gay refugee email. Rainbow Refugee Committee raises further concerns about government refugee policy.

Jordan,S., Radovanovik and Qmunity’s Women’s Coming Out Group. (2010). A Great Group of Women Talk About Coming Out. Visions: BC’s Mental Health and Addictions Journal, Special Issue on LGBT issues. 6, 2.

Jordan, S. & Kahnamoui, N. (2009, May 17) National Day Against Homophobia Breakfast, hosted by Qmunity Vancouver, BC.