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Celebrate Pride Month in June 2024

Pride Month, celebrated in June, stands as a powerful platform to amplify LGBTQ+ voices, advocate for their rights, and revel in the rich tapestry of LGBTQ culture.

Throughout the month, diversity is not only demanded but also highlighted and celebrated through talks, protests, performances, and commemorations.

To help celebrate Pride Month and encourage commissioned services to enhance the inclusivity of their services, HNECC PHN would like to showcase ACON’s, Pride Training.

Pride Training is a program providing specialised LGBTQ+ awareness and inclusivity training. The ACON program offers service providers a range of learning options to build their capacity, knowledge and confidence to deliver inclusive and affirming services to sexuality and gender diverse communities.

In addition to facilitating the opportunity for health and community organisations to increase their knowledge of people with diverse genders and sexualities, Pride Training also highlights their health priorities, and considerations for care.

Commissioned Service Providers are encouraged to consider how professional development training, such as the Pride Training, may support them to deliver health services that are more aware and inclusive as a way of supporting equitable access to care for consumers.

More information about ACON's Pride Training

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