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July 14th was International Non-Binary People’s Day, chosen as it sits precisely between International Men’s Day and International Women’s Day.
It’s the start of a new year, the pandemic is not yet endemic and things seem be more confusing than ever in some ways. This month we look at three ways to be a better ally in the workplace and talk about Intent vs Impact.
With December 3rd being the International Day of People with Disability we watched a talk called “Ableism and the Myth that Technology Creates Equality”
This month we looked at transgender allyship. With Transgender Awareness Week and Transgender Day of Remembrance coming up, it is a good opportunity to think about how we can be good allies and help raise awareness about the issues that members of this community face.
What would make the Uni a safer and more welcoming space for LGBTQI+ students? I recently attended a WATTLE and UOW Ally Network hosted ‘Connect and Create’ event which was entitled LGBTQI+ Inclusion at UOW. About 15 staff and students had the pleasure of hearing insights from three panel members about what they think would […]
As part of Disability Inclusion Week, Sydney University heard from three students who are researching or living and studying with an invisible disability. They unpack the myths regarding invisible disabilities and explain how an invisible disability can impact student life.
The first online hang-out/facilitated discussion session of the SMAH EDI Ally Network! This month we talked about invisible illness/disability – how it impacts those that live with it, what it means in the workplace for everyone (staff & students), and what barriers exist around discussion, disclosure and opportunity those affected.
Cognitive biases are a result of the brain’s effort to simplify our incredibly complex world.
This seminar in the UNSW Student-Led Inclusive Science Series focused on the misconceptions concerning neurodivergent individuals and how the neurodiversity movement has influenced social and research practices.