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    LGBTIQA+ Ally Training

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    Event description

    LGBTIQA+ Ally Training is offered as part of the University's commitment to providing a diverse and inclusive campus where all people can safely work and study free of harassment or discrimination.

    Ally Training provides participants with an overall understanding of why LGBTIQA+ inclusion is important to an organisation and explores challenges often faced by people who identify as LGBTIQA+ and the impact that harassment and discrimination can have in the workplace.

    This 2 hour workshop will provide participants with knowledge and skills to create an inclusive culture for all LGBTIQA+ students and staff members and be an effective Ally within the ANU community.

    After completing the training, participants can join the ANU LGBTIQA+ Ally Network. The Ally Network comprises a group of staff and students across campus committed to providing an inclusive and respectful environment for people who identify as LGBTIQA+. As part of the collective, members have access to training, events and networking opportunities throughout the year.

    Who should attend?

    This training is available to all ANU students and staff.

    Key takeaways

    At the end of this training, participants will be able to:

    • Understand the acronym LGBTIQA+ and current appropriate terminology
    • Understand inclusion in the workplace and education settings and reasons why many LGBTIQA+ people are not in positions to speak out on their own behalf, or are fearful of being harassed or discriminated against
    • Identify why it is important to have Allies who are prepared to support students and staff who identify as LGBTIQA+
    • Create an inclusive culture for all LGBTIQA+ employees and students and be an effective Ally to the community

    Topics addressed will include:

    • What inclusion is and what it is not: Appropriate behaviour, building awareness, adhering to organisational values of inclusion across all diversity groups, creating an inclusive culture
    • Why LGBTIQA+ inclusion is important: Self editing strategies, impact on individual’s wellbeing and career development
    • Diversity of sex, gender identity, gender expression and orientation: heteronormative binary identities, homophobia, invisible stigmatised identities, diversity within LGBTIQA+
    • Characteristics of an effective Ally: Understanding terminology and myths, advocating for inclusion equity and respect for all, respect for privacy and confidentiality, role modelling person-centred language

    When can I attend?

    Choose one of the dates indicated in this registration form. 

    Cost

    This training is free to all ANU students and staff.


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