Pride Month is a great opportunity to demonstrate your commitment as an ally to the trans community.
Stonewall's LGBT in Britain: Trans Report found that half of trans people (51 per cent) have hidden their identity at work for fear of discrimination. To create inclusive environments where everyone feels safe to be themselves, it's important to reflect on our allyship practices. Use this workshop to improve your understanding of trans identities and experiences, and equip yourself to take proactive steps as an ally to your trans colleagues, customers and service users.
Join us at 10:30 am on 29 June 2021 for a 2-hour interactive workshop on trans inclusion at work.
- What will I learn?
By attending this session you will:
- Learn more about trans identities, terminology and experiences in order to confidently articulate the need for trans inclusion
- Understand more about practical ways to create a workplace where all trans people can achieve their potential
- Consider how you could step up to be a better ally to trans people at work
- Who can attend?
This session is perfect for:
- All staff looking to learn more about their role in creating a more inclusive organisation
- Network groups struggling to engage trans people
- HR and D&I teams
- What else do I need to know?
The session will run for two hours from 10:30 - 12:30 on 29 June 2021. It'll be held on Zoom and you'll be provided with the link to join shortly before the session.
The agenda will be:
- 10:30 - 11:00 - Guest speaker in conversation with Stonewall
- 11:00 - 11:30 - Workshop facilitated by Stonewall inclusion experts
Non-Diversity Champions members - £75.00 (exc. VAT)
Diversity Champions members (private sector) - £65.00 (exc. VAT)
Diversity Champions members (public & third) - £45.00 (exc. VAT)
Student/unwaged - £12.00 (inc. VAT)
We want our events to be accessible to everyone. All delegates should expect to feel safe, welcome and included at our events. You can read our access statement here.
These sessions will run via Zoom with up to 50 delegates. There will be smaller break-out rooms for delegates to complete optional discussion activities. Here is a link to the accessibility features Zoom offers.
We will have members of the team on Tech and Wellbeing support throughout the session. There will be a British Sign Language interpreter for all open sessions, and captions will be available. For more information please read our access statement.
If you have any access needs, please email email@example.com. We will do our best to accommodate these.