Action for Trans Health are teaming up with Sheffield IWW to hold a training day in Sheffield.
Jess Bradley from Action for Trans Health will be visiting Sheffield to deliver training for trans activists. Join us in learning about:
– Campaigns planning and training
– Setting up a group
– Training people how to give trans-friendly sexual health training to health professionals
Keira James of IWW Sheffield (UK) Branch will be talking about trans solidarity and the successful campaign against transphobic discrimination from her employers.
This event is open to all. Respectful cis people are welcome but please be aware that this is not a trans 101. If you are cis and want to come, we will be sending you homework beforehand. Please note this on your booking form.
Places are limited so please book online here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/111BiCNOIxjiMVN3jIuzp33Dy_EL7zU2C2YJNu3ec54g/viewform?usp=send_form
There is a travel fund available if you can’t afford to get here (this fund will prioritise trans people of colour). Get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org
Access information: the conference room at SYAC is on the first floor, accessible via the lift, there are accessible toilets on the same floor. A quiet space will be provided on the day. If you have any additional access needs please mention this on the booking form and we will do our best to meet them.
Training is free to attend. Donations towards the Action for Trans Health solidarity fund are welcomed. The solidarity fund is used to help UK based trans and intersex people access healthcare, with priority given to those who are facing greater barriers than most.