Program Workshops Please note, all individuals must complete the Foundations workshop before electing other available options.
Laddie Montague, Jr. The Advanced workshop engages participants in discussions of personal and professional identity, power and privilege, and challenges attendees to address situational experiences related to sexual and gender marginalization.
The Safer People Safer Places network seeks to create a safer and more inclusive environment for sexual and gender diversity. Enter Keywords.
Safer People Safer Places Advanced is an extension of the Foundations workshop, that also incorporates learning from the Transgender and Gender Inclusion 101 workshop. Individuals who complete workshops can choose to display a Safer People Safer Places decal in their work area.
Monday-Friday 8: As part of that mission, the Safer People Safer Places Lunch and Learn sessions are meant to provide network members with direct and on-going conversations around real-life situations related to bias and discrimination that occur in the daily life of the University and surrounding community. The Safer People Safer Places foundations workshop provides a baseline knowledge for understanding and addressing sexual and gender diversity.
Trans 101 Tuesday, September 25 8: Load More. Safer People Safer Places: Thursday Late Night 5: Related Department: Campus Arts Initiative announces partner locations for site-specific art.
The workshop concludes with ways to be an ally to transgender and gender non-binary community members and challenges participants to recognize ways that they can foster culture change.
Those who complete the foundations workshop will also be added to our Safer People Safer Places network listserv and be listed on our website as a network participant. Please note, all individuals must complete the Foundations workshop before electing other available options.
Network members will be asked to provide suggested topics for discussion in advance of each session and content is planned accordingly.