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A5: Trans Awareness Week Keynote Speakers

Book in a Minus18 keynote speaker for your upcoming Trans Awareness Week activity.

Learning outcomes:

  • - Minus18's life-affirming work as a charity championing LGBTQIA+ youth. - The backgrounds & experience of our expert presenters, along with their identity and connection to community - Why they got into this work and why they love it - An example of what allyship has looked like from our personal experience (either as TGDNB people or TGDNB allies) - Available in-person (Melbourne) or online (Australia wide).
  • Current statistics around discrimination facing the trans community.
  • The importance of active allyship and practical tips for supporting LGBTQIA+ friends, colleagues and clients.
  • Minus18's life-affirming work as a charity championing LGBTQIA+ youth.
  • Available in-person (Melbourne) or online engagements (Aus-wide).
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20 minute keynote (+10mins Q&A)
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A3: Foundations of LGBTQIA+ Inclusion Training

Gain the most comprehensive understanding of LGBTQIA+ identities, and the tools to build interpersonal and organisation-wide inclusion. This module is a combination of our A1 and A2 courses.

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A1: Introduction to Gender and Sexuality Training 101

Be introduced to LGBTQIA+ identities, and lived experiences from the community with our most popular offering for workplaces and services. Empower your team with real-life inclusion scenarios and tools with our renowned LGBTQIA+ inclusion professional training.

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A0: Online Virtual LGBTQIA+ Inclusion Training and Professional Development

Any of our renowned LGBTQIA+ professional training is available digitally. Live-stream and chat to our experienced facilitators – for remote workplaces and in-person teams anywhere in Australia.

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