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Working with and for Indigenous LGBTQ2IA+ Mob Free Webinar
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LGBTQ2IA+ is an acronym that summarizes identities relevant to peoplewho are diverse in terms of their sex, sexuality or gender. This webinar will introduce participants to the LGBTQ2IA+ Mob Toolkit developed by the AH&MRC, in collaboration with The Department of Indigenous Studies at Macquarie University. The webinar will cover terminology (including the letters in the acronym above), the importance of inclusive behaviours and attitudes, and how to implement inclusive practices in the workplace, with clients and patients, and in everyday interactions. After this training, participants will feel more confident in introducing the LGBTQ2IA+ Mob Toolkit to their workplaces, and acting as allies to LGBTQ2IA+ Mob in their communities and lives.
25 June 2020 at 10am
Madi Day descends from Gugu Yalanji and Wandian people, and is third generation living and working on Wattamattagal and Gadigal lands. They are a Research Associate and Departmental Administrator in the Department of Indigenous Studies at Macquarie University.
Zoom – details will follow registration
Please contact Shana Quayle, Practice Support Officer for further enquiries:
T 0432 450 093 or E SQuayle@ahmrc.org.au
Spaces are limited and staff from AH&MRC’s Member Services will be given priority spots.