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ADCET Webinar: Words Matter - developing inclusive language guides in tertiary education settings
ADCET is delighted to bring unique voices speaking on inclusion to our webinar series. In this webinar we talk about embedding inclusive communication through language guides with a particular focus on LGBTIQA+ people with disability.

Our guest speakers Stevie Lane and Kay Barnard from Edith Cowan University bring their personal lived experiences and professional expertise as equity practitioners to talk about the importance of inclusive language within the tertiary education context.

Having recently published their inclusive language guide at ECU, Stevie and Kay will share insights into how they collaborated to produce this publication and what it means to improving organisational culture, belonging and inclusion.

Dec 5, 2022 01:00 PM in Hobart

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Speakers

Stevie Lane (they/them)
Equity practitioner @Edith Cowan University
Stevie Lane is an equity practitioner working at Edith Cowan University (ECU) in Boorloo / Perth, Western Australia. In their role at ECU, they have worked on a range of initiatives that address inequality and systemic barriers experienced by LGBTIQA+ people and people with disability in tertiary education. Outside of ECU, Stevie works as a Training Facilitator for LGBTIQA+ organisation Living Proud and is on the National Trans and Gender Diverse Advisory Committee at LGBTIQ+ Health Australia, drawing on their lived experience as a trans and non-binary person to advise on national policy and advocacy. Stevie also works as a LGBTIQA+ communications consultant, videographer and writer, creating resources and educational pieces about their lived experience as an LGBTIQA+ and neurodivergent person.
Kay Barnard (they/them)
Equity Projects Officer @Edith Cowan University
Kay is a queer, disabled young person passionate about the equal participation of disabled people across Australia. They have extensive experience as a disability advocate, leading and participating in projects centred on employment, self-advocacy and educational rights. Kay has recently commenced a role as an Equity Projects Officer at Edith Cowan University coordinating inclusion initiatives for students and staff. Kay has also been involved in advocacy in their work at Youth Disability Advocacy Network (YDAN) and Children and Young People with Disability Australia (CYDA), as well as in advisory roles with the Disability Reference group for Volunteering WA, ACON's Queering Disability Reference Group and Women with Disability Australia LEAD National Summit Co-design Committee.