Facilitating learning environments in a variety of settings that empower people to take control of their own learning experience
Bi+ people are the largest group in the LGBTIQA+ population, yet are commonly misunderstood by mainstream society and invisible in the broader LGBTIQA+ discourse. This webinar explores the impacts of invisibility on bi+ mental health, and offers practical tips on how to be more inclusive.
Bi+ / non-binary people experience the same discrimination as other LGBTIQA+ people but are also subjected to it within the community. This workshop aims to build awareness of the unique issues faced by bi+ / non-binary people and offers practical tips to support them.
This workshop, delivered on behalf of TransFolk of WA, provides practical ways to be more inclusive of trans and gender diverse people. We discuss sexuality, gender, and bodies, and inform you of specific discrimination and health disparities faced by trans and gender diverse people.
Misty teaches units in the Masters program of the Curtin University Centre for Human Rights Education, as well as a range of various undergraduate units. In educational roles, they aim to facilitate an environment where students are empowered to take control of their own learning experience.
We acknowledge the Whadjuk people of the Noongar nation as the traditional custodians of the lands on which most of our work occurs, and recognise their continuing connection to land, water, and culture. We pay our deepest respects to their elders past and present.
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