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Rainbow events

April 25th, 2022Rainbow events

Businesses and staff are invited to a workshop that aims to help create safe, welcoming and inclusive places for all.

Businesses and staff are invited to a workshop that aims to help create safe, welcoming and inclusive places for all.
The free session, which is being held online by Sunbury and Cobaw Community Health, is part of a series of events in the lead up to the International Day Against Homophobia Biphobia Interphobia and Transphobia (IDAHOBIT) on May 17.
The May 5 workshop will explore the meaning behind the LGBTIQA+ acronym, respectful language and useful terminology and why health services like Sunbury and Cobaw focus on LGBTIQA+ communities. Businesses are also being encouraged to show their solidarity by displaying the rainbow flag.
To get your rainbow flag or to participate in the Safe, Welcoming and Affirming Spaces workshop, call 5421 1666/ healthpromotion@scchc.org.au

People in the Macedon Ranges who identify as LGBTIQA+ are being offered the opportunity to come and try various active recreation opportunities or sports for free.
The sessions, which will be held during April and May include yoga, bushwalking, personal training, karate, boxing, combat group fitness, spin and dance-based virtual workout classes.
These sessions are being offered as part of the Rainbow-active project, led by Sunbury and Cobaw Community Health’s Country LGBTI Inclusion Program (CLIP), with support from Macedon Ranges Shire Council and the Healthy Heart of Victoria Project.
To book a session go to https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/rainbowactivecomeandtry or email healthpromotion@scchc.org.au for further information on the sessions or if your organisation is interested in taking part in the next Proud 2 Play training planned for later this month.



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