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2024 International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia (IDAHOBIT) Social Inclusion Forum

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Celebrate diversity and join us at the 2024 International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia, and Transphobia (IDAHOBIT) Social Inclusion Forum! Hear inspiring insights into the profound impact of social inclusion for individuals within the LGBTIQA+ community. The forum will feature three guest speakers, a dynamic panel discussion, and stalls showcasing local community services operating in this space. We invite all guests to stick around at the end of the event to enjoy some light refreshments and a chance to mingle.

Guest Speakers


Bella Broadway (she/her)
Connection and Wellbeing Australia

Lukasz Krzyzowski (he/him)
Edith Cowan University and previously leading the Rainbow Migrants Project in 2023

Stevie Lane (they/them)
Edith Cowan University and Rainbow Futures WA

Kedy Kristal (she/her)

Matt Shaw (he/him)
Inclusion Solutions

Becca Attwood (they/them)
The Youth Pride Network

Stephanie Vaughan (she/her)
Author and Educator

This forum aims to:

  • Provide a vibrant platform for exploration and discussion on the benefits of social inclusion.
  • Deepen understanding of the unique challenges faced by the LGBTIQA+ community.
  • Foster intersectional approaches to building inclusive communities.
  • Inspire fresh ideas and meaningful connections to promote equality and justice.
  • Empower individuals to be proactive allies and champions of inclusion.

This event is proudly hosted by Inclusion Solutions with support from the City of Canning.

Accessibility Information:

  • Wheelchair-accessible venue.
  • Portable hearing augmentation system available on site.
  • Auslan interpreters provided.
  • Low sensory/chill-out space available.
  • Staff identifiable via name badges.
  • Assistance animals welcome.

Parking Information:

  • Parking is available on Hill View Place including ACROD parking bays.
  • Please do not park on verges, footpaths or 30 minute parking bays in front of the shops and observe all parking signs as Rangers do apply fines in this area.
  • The City encourages the use of public transport: Bus 30, 72, 75, 100, and 101 stops at Lawson St (near Beveridge Street), a short 3 minute walk to the centre. Please visit Transperth website for timetables.

Please let us know of any individual accessibility requirements or queries via or call us for a friendly chat on (08) 9443 7226. You can also request a map showing available parking locations as well as photos of the venue to assist with planning and orientation.

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