2016 PUBLICATION This publication on anti-discrimination Law and Practice, with a specific focus on LGTBI workplace inclusion, will be an excellent guide for HR Practitioners, Diversity Leaders and Executive alike. Pride in Diversity members may download a soft copy version of the publication from the members only section. To purchase a hard copy
This publication has been developed for LGBTI inclusive workplaces seeking to better understand the complexities of gender. It has been designed to challenge us on our definition of gender diversity and pose questions that will make us question the way we design our forms, our processes and our diversity practice. This publication will
Dr. David M. Hall began his lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender advocacy work while he was just a teenager. It was after learning in his high school human sexuality class about the historical treatment of the LGBT community that he was struck with the urgency to become a straight ally, even
To support your LGBTI inclusion initiatives. These Count Me In mini Ally Guides provide useful tips on how to be an effective LGBTI workplace Ally. This 14 page mini guide includes the following topics along with useful links and a space for your workplace contacts: Why people become allies Why
PID Publication (2010) Member organisations are automatically sent several free copies of publications annually. Free pdf copies are available for download for member organisations. To purchase a hard copy of the publication please visit our online shop.
2011 PUBLICATION This publication has been designed to assist LGBT Network Leaders, Diversity Managers and Executive Sponsors with the successful implementation and/or maintenance of effective LGBT employee networks. An ideal resource for those starting new networks and also for those wishing to refresh or reinvigorate an existing network. This comprehensive guide
2012 PUBLICATION This publication has been designed to assist LGBTI employee network groups, Diversity Managers and HR with LGBTI inclusion initiatives through the engagement of LGBTI allies. The text talks about whiy allies are so important, what allies need to know, engaging allies in addition to providing resources for allies
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 2014 Pride in Diversity Australia is proud and delighted to partner with OII Australia to publish the Employers’ guide to intersex inclusion. Written by Morgan Carpenter (OII) and Dawn Hough (Pride in Diversity), kindly sponsored by IBM. A world-first, the guide presents information about intersex for employers, including: An
2013 PUBLICATION This publication has been designed to assist Managers understand and support LGBTI workplace inclusion initiatives. Pride in Diversity members may download a soft copy version of the publication from the members only section. To purchase a hard copy of the publication please visit our online shop.