Online Event: Trans Day of Visibility Q&A with Minus18

BY Wednesday, 25 March 2020

Join the Minus18 team for a free, online Q&A on Trans Day of Visibility!

These are strange times indeed, with COVID-19 having cancelled or postponed of the next few months of Minus18 events, public education sessions and professional training. But that just means we're more determined than ever to share LGBTQIA+ inclusion awareness and education across Australia – in new and creative ways.

Minus18 was scheduled to deliver an open community forum at the University of Western Australia on Tuesday 31 March. But in light of recent events, we'll be taking it online. Silver lining though? This professional training is now available for free, to ANYONE with a computer.

Event details:

  • Date: Tuesday 31 March (Trans Day of Visibility)
  • Time: 3pm until 3.30pm
  • Registrations: Are capped, and vital!

Join our presenters as they discuss:

  • The history of Trans Day of Visibility
  • The experiences of Trans and Gender Diverse people
  • What being an 'ally' means (and how to do it!) 
  • Self care during COVID-19 and supporting each other 
  • Q&A session with the team

The event is open to anyone – part of the LGBTQIA+ community or not – who'd like to learn more about trans and gender diverse identities and experiences.  

Everything you need to know:

Who is this event for?
Anyone who'd like a taste of Minus18 LGBTQIA+ inclusion professional training. We welcome seasoned allies, and those with minimal knowledge of LGBTQIA+ identities.

Will I be able to ask questions?
Absolutely! There'll be plenty of scope to ask questions live during the event.

Is there a cost?
Nope! This online event is absolutely FREE to attend.

How do I register for the event?
Registrations are capped, and essential. Register here:

How do I access the event?
The event will be run online, via Zoom Webinar link sent to your registered email. You may need to download the Zoom software when prompted.

Wait. What is Minus18?
Minus18 is Australia's leading charity supporting LGBTQIA+ youth. We're not just for young people though, offering professional training, and digital campaigns to all corners of the community, championing inclusion.


The University of Western Australia is proudly a presenting partner of this event.