2. Feeling Safe in the Workplace

Pillar 2. Our organisation is a place where people with disability feel safe to be themselves.

To understand the specific challenges faced by LGBTI+ people with disability in the workplace and how these can be overcome, the resources under Pillar 2 includes a practical guide on how organisation-wide LGBTI+ and disability awareness training can create a culturally safe workplace, unique insights into the lived experiences of LGBTI+ people with disability in the workplace, and information about making your workplace more inclusive of intersex people.

All templates are available in editable Word format in the Zipped file linked at the bottom.

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Training as a tool for LGBTI and disability inclusion

2.1. Training as a Tool for LGBTI+ and Disability Inclusion:

A resource which highlights the benefits of your organisation participating in LGBTI+ and disability awareness training. This resource also includes a directory of training providers available in your state or territory.
Bringing Your Full Self to Work

2.2. Bringing Your Full Self to Work:

An educational resource which explores the lived experiences of LGBTI+ people with disability in the workplace.
Intersex Inclusion in your Workplace

2.3. Intersex Inclusion in the Workplace:

A guide to making your workplace more inclusive of intersex people. Also see new "Raising The Bar" guide.

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The National LGBTI Health Alliance is the national peak health organisation in Australia for organisations and individuals that provide health-related programs, services and research focused on lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and intersex people and other sexuality and gender diverse (LGBTI) people and communities.
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