Become a USC Ally
“Sexuality and Gender Identity Awareness” Becoming a USC Ally.
An Ally is an individual who is informed about, empathetic towards and has an understanding of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex and queer (LGBTIQ) issues.
An Ally acknowledges the experiences, upholds and supports the rights of LGBTIQ individuals by raising awareness of diversity in personal identity, gender, and relationship choices.
USC Allies act as a point of contact for staff and students on LGBTIQ issues and can discuss these areas confidently.
In this training you'll learn about:
- Sexual orientation and gender identity
- Myths, values and stereotypes
- Different types of discrimination
- Other factors influencing health and wellbeing outcomes
Register on the Student Hub.