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VIC: Trans Allyship 101 [Melbourne]

VIC: Trans Allyship 101 [Melbourne]

Ticketing Information



Tuesday November 19, 2019 - 6:00 PM


Origin Energy
321 Exhibition St
Melbourne, Victoria 3000




Language/ Cultural Consultant:


About the Show

Held on the eve of Trans Day of Remembrance, Out for Australia is proud to host a special event Trans Allyship 101 in partnership with our host, Origin Energy.

This panel discussion will feature a panel of trans and gender diverse speakers, talking about their experience of being trans and gender diverse in the workplace and what makes a good ally.

This event will highlight the great diversity within the trans and gender diverse community, instill a stronger awareness and understanding of the importance of allyship and help increase the confidence of people in being a good ally.

Speakers to be announced.

6.00 pm for Registration and networking, with canapes and beverages provided courtesy of our host, Origin Energy
6.30 pm Panel discussion begins with a reading of the names of those lost this year
7.30 pm Canapes and networking continues
9.00 pm Event concludes

Dress code?

Please dress in whatever you are comfortable in!


The venue is wheelchair accessible and all-gender bathrooms will be available. Further accessibility information will be provided closer to the date.

Ask a question of the panel

There will be time for questions on the night. If you’d prefer, you can submit a question ahead of time during registration. Our speakers will do their best to answer all pre-submitted questions as part of their presentation or during Q&A, however we cannot guarantee all questions will be answered within the time we have.


Catering will cater to vegan and vegetarian requirements.

We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of country, their diversity, histories and knowledge and their continuing connections to land and community. We pay our respects to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, and Elders past, present and emerging. Sovereignty was never ceded.