How to be a Trans Ally
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The University of Plymouth is a proud, long-term sponsor of Not Alone Plymouth and to celebrate their 5th anniversary all are welcome to attend this free online learning event organised by the LGBT+ Staff Forum and Not Alone Plymouth.

This special online learning event will bring together members of Not Alone to give you first-hand accounts of life as a trans person today and provide you with the practical tools to be a better trans ally. You will learn about trans history, myths about trans people and how your allyship can make a difference. This event is open to University staff, students and our local community.

Register for your free place

About Not Alone Plymouth

Not Alone are an award-winning local charity providing support and advice for transgender and non-binary people in Plymouth. It has been set up to provide a safe place for sharing thoughts and feelings for those who need it and they welcome any and all transgender and non-binary people to join, as well as their family, partners and allies. Find out more about about Not Alone Plymouth

About the LGBT+ Staff Forum

The LGBT+ Staff Forum exists to give a voice to all LGBT+ staff at the University of Plymouth and they provide confidential support for all LGBT+ Staff and Allies worried about LGBT+ colleagues. The LGBT+ Staff Forum is just one of six vibrant staff networks at the University of Plymouth. Find out more about the LGBT+ Staff Forum

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