Engaging for Success
Thursday, March 2, 2023
University of Chester
How you can help; how you can be an intentional ally to the LGBTQ+ community, &how can you be safely authentic if you are LGBTQ+.
About the event: Hannah Jepson is the founder of Engaging for Success, an organisation providing LGBTQ+ Inclusion training, Diversity and inclusion expertise and consultancy, Inclusive competency framework design, Organisational culture change, LGBTQ+ aligned mentoring and more.
Hannah will share her own inspiring story of how she began working in LGBTQ+ Advocacy.
In this session, Hannah will also explain the legacy of section 28 and discuss how the education landscape changed since the repeal of Section 28 and the challenges young people and educators still face, before looking to the future - what's set to change in the coming years for the LGBTQ+ community. The session will be interactive with time for Q&A.
What you will gain from attending: In this interactive session, you will understand how you can help; how you can be an intentional ally, in your role, to the LGBTQ+ community, and how can you be safely authentic if you are LGBTQ+.
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Relevant to all staff, students and visitors
Organiser of Engaging for Success
The 18th University of Chester Diversity Festival takes place from 27th February - 10th March 2023. The theme, ‘Action for Change’, focuses on the actions we can all take to make meaningful changes to inclusion and belonging. Participants will be inspired by our diverse range of speakers, all of whom have really taken action for change – however big or small. There are a great range of excellent speakers and events. With a mix of face to face and hybrid events focussing on many aspects of equality, diversity, inclusion and belonging and open to the University staff, students and external visitors, there really is something for everyone!