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This CPD certified workshop will help you and your wider organisation to provide better and more inclusive services to the LGBT+ community

The workshop leader will be HDN Associate, Lisa Vine, an award-winning LGBT+ advocate, consultant and trainer, supporting those striving for LGBT+ inclusion.

Overview of the Workshop

  • Meaning and definition of LGBTQ+
  • Meaning of LGBTQ+ inclusion
  • Importance of LGBTQ+ inclusion
  • Using language to create a safe and inclusive space where LGBTQ+ people and allies feel safe, welcome and that they belong
  • Examples of lived experience - quantitative and qualitative data and short video (maybe)
  • Social and medical transition pathways for trans and non-binary people
  • The power of positive/inclusive interactions
  • Top-tips for creating positive/inclusive interactions
  • Q & A

LGBT+ inclusivity isn't something that can or will happen overnight. Ensuring your organisation has the infrastructure and systems in place to create an LGBT+ inclusive environment for your tenants, colleagues and stakeholders will take time.

Whether this is learning about inclusive language use or identifying the barriers and challenges LGBT+ people face, and how your organisation can remove or lessen these barriers to ensure your tenants, colleagues and stakeholders can be their authentic selves, whether at home or in the workplace.

This workshop will also give you an insight into how you can assess your organisation's existing levels of LGBT+ inclusivity so that you and your wider teams can identify areas of strength and areas that may need some additional work.

All participants will receive a CPD Certificate of Achievement following the workshop.

Jun 23, 2023

1:30 PM - 4:30 PM (GMT+1)


HDN Members

This is a discounted price for Housing Diversity Network members.

General Admission


  • Lisa Vine (Associate at Housing Diversity Network)

    Lisa Vine

    Associate at Housing Diversity Network

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