Leadership Great South Coast invites you to register for Take a Step Forward: LGBTIQA+ Diversity and Inclusion Conference, and Evening Celebratory and Networking Event on October 6, 2022.

This half day conference and Evening Celebratory and Networking Event aims to foster inclusion for the LGBTIQA+ community and welcomes all Great South Coast region organisations and community members who are interested to learn about supporting diversity and inclusion to attend.

Please see the attached flyer for event details and registration via this link: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/take-a-step-forward-lgbtiqa-diversity-and-inclusion-conference-tickets-405510541947

Tickets

Please note tickets are essential.  To ensure as many different organisations and community members can attend in person, we encourage organisations who have many employees who wish to attend to please consider prioritising key staff for in person attendance.  The virtual attendance option is encouraged for all other employees.

This is an initiative of the 2022 LGSC Community Leadership Program – Project Team: Claire Dagley, Daniel Knight, Kaye McDowall and Justin Harzmeyer, in collaboration with community.

 

 

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