Stonewall's Workplace Trans Allies progamme empowers attendees to be active and positive allies who work to create more inclusive workplaces for all trans people.
What the programme offers
- Explore and better understand language and terminology
- Hear personal stories from trans people and learn about the lived experiences of trans individuals in society and at work
- Recognise your influence and responsibility when it comes to creating an inclusive workplace
- A deeper understanding of the common impacts of transphobia on trans people and the trans community
- Practical ways to step up as an effective and positive trans ally
- A network of trans allies who can create more inclusive workplaces together
Who can attend
Stonewall’s Trans Allies programme is designed for non-trans individuals at any level of an organisation and from any sector or industry.
Stonewall is looking for a diverse range of participants for its programmes. We want to hear from professionals from a range of ethnic backgrounds, people of faith, disabled people, women and non-binary people – and those at the intersections of these identities.
We offer in-house programmes for groups of 12 to 36. Email email@example.com to book now or find out more information.
Two or more organisations may share the cost as a cluster programme. This collaborative approach brings employees or partners together to achieve the aims of the programme and build networks across participating organisations.
We also offer open workplace programmes with a mixture of sectors and organisations which take place throughout the UK. Please check back soon dates.
- £5450 + VAT for an in-house programme of 12 to 36 people for members of our Diversity Champions programme
- £6500 + VAT for an in-house programme of 12 to 36 people for non-members
Open workplace programmes:
- £410 + VAT per person for members of our Diversity Champions programme
- £475 + VAT per person for non-members
I am determined to support my trans colleagues and customers on a journey where the destination is hopefully true equality for all. As an ally, I take responsibility to consistently influence our working culture and practice to be inclusive and take a zero-tolerance approach to bullying, harassment and discrimination.
JOHN GLENTON, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF CARE AND SUPPORT, RIVERSIDE HOUSING
98% of participants 'strongly agreed' or 'agreed' that they now understood what it means to be an inclusive and active ally in the workplace
98% of participants 'strongly agreed' or 'agreed' that they have identified achievable ways to step up as an ally as a result of the programme
Please see our cancellation policy here.