Community of Practice
Feat. 'What makes LGBTQA+ young people feel safe, happy and healthy?' presentation by Dr. Natalie Amos, ARCSHS
It's been a tough year, and we'd love to come together to connect, learn and celebrate our wins together.
Join Rainbow Network for our next in-person event at La Trobe University City Campus for a chance to connect with like-minded individuals from the LGBTIQA+ community and allies.
Whether you're a youth worker, community member, or simply interested in supporting LGBTIQA+ diversity and inclusion in your service, this event is for you!
Enjoy a variety of activities, including networking opportunities, a presentation from ARCSHS Research Fellow Dr. Natalie Amos (she/her), who will share 'What makes LGBTQA+ young people feel safe, happy and healthy?' based on recent findings from secondary analyses of the Writing Themselves In 4 survey of LGBTQA+ youth in Australia, and help guide Rainbow Network's work into the future...
Mark your calendars and don't miss out on this fabulous opportunity to connect, celebrate, and have a blast! We can't wait to see you there!
Catering will be provided. Please register for this free event via Eventbrite.
La Trobe University City Campus
Rainbow Network Online Community of Practice
Next Meeting TBC, sign up to our mailing list to receive an invitation
Rainbow Network facilitates a free online community of practice group which offers support and networking for those working with LGBTQIA+ young people in Victoria.
Rainbow Network facilitates regular Community of Practice sessions. These sessions present an opportunity for workers to debrief and reflect, both professionally and personally with peers. Participants can share about their challenges, successes and how to best support the needs of the young people who access their services. The group also helps to identify sector trends and challenges and facilitates collaboration within the LGBTQIA+ youth sector in Victoria.
To find out about our next meeting make sure you are signed up to our mailing list and keep an eye out in your email inbox.