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Queer Allyship 101: Intersectional Networks.

Updated: Jan 10

Tolu Osinubi, Julie Veluz, Hunter McCance and Marion Bentata explore how to facilitate intersectional conversations and strengthen collaboration in service of our most marginalised populations.

In this challenging socio-political climate, with rising conflict surrounding ideologies and beliefs, it can feel overwhelming for multiply-marginalised employees (who are often called to fight and advocate on several fronts) to also face ‘competing’ agendas across their resource groups. To create effective structural, legal, and systemic change within our organisations, it is crucial to reimagine the role of our resource networks and prioritise partnerships and synergies that help scale connection and impact. Tune into this session to learn how to effectively build and leverage intersectional networks.

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