In response to the Covid-19 (coronavirus) pandemic as advised by the WHO this week, and acting on advice from our hosts Bournemouth University, Chrysalis will be postponing our third conference #GenderIdentityMatters2020 until September. (more…)
Such incredible news to share with you this morning. Thanks to the hard work of everyone involved with Chrysalis we are now able to offer our support groups and our one-to-one counselling online.
For those already a part of Chrysalis then the team will be in touch with you with all the information you need. If you want to join Chrysalis and access our support then email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07823 504306 between 9:30 and 3pm Monday to Friday and Dawn or Sheila will be there to chat with you.
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As you are all aware, there are a growing number of reported cases of coronavirus in the UK. Although the risk of catching the virus is still relatively low, it is important that we all take necessary precautions to protect ourselves and those that we visit and with which we work.
We ask that all employees, volunteers and members advise us if they are self-isolating or have been diagnosed with the virus and the last time they were in contact with another member of Chrysalis. We suggest that you stay at home if you feel unwell, and follow the guidelines on the links given.
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Cycling to work is infinitely superior to driving, I like that I can do my bit for keeping Southampton cleaner and also get my fitness back but it does mean that I don’t get to listen to the radio on the way in so my thoughts for the day are not prompted by the words of others. Perhaps I should start listening to the radio in the office. So today you’re getting unexpurgated me. I’m sorry about that!
Join us at Chrysalis’ 3rd annual conference and find out why Gender Identity Matters to you and your business in 2020
Chrysalis has supported trans and questioning people, their families and friends since 2005 and we have watched the world change dramatically and for the better. Now the word is out there, it’s OK to be trans and many more of your friends, colleagues and customers have started to feel secure enough to come out. How can you support
At the d&i Leaders conference on Thursday I was introduced to the concept of “When in Rome; Embassy; Advocate” principles of how companies work in places where there is limited LGBT+ acceptance, or indeed where being your authentic self is a crime.
Previously I’ve been speaking with various Universities about creating self selected LGBT+ flats within their student accommodation and the discussion came up again at our most recent Chrysalis training.
But why do we need safe bases?