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Safe Space/Ally Workshop
Safe Space Training is a workshop that educates the community about LGBTQIA issues and gives attendees skills to support and understand this group better.
Student Only Training:
The Missouri University of Science and Technology Safe Space program promotes an understanding of the Gay, Lesbian, Bi-affectionate, Transgender, Queer, Questioning, Intersex, and Ally (GLBTIQ2A) community in order to create an inclusive environment for all LGBTQ students, faculty, and staff.
We assist people in understanding how to create a Safe Space both within and beyond the Missouri S&T campus.
The goal of the S&T Safe Space program is to provide support and resources for LGBTQ by:
- Increasing the overall campus community’s understanding and awareness of LGBTQ issues
- Providing a greater sense of safety and inclusion for the LGBTQ students, faculty, and staff community
- Increasing the number of official Safe Spaces on campus
- Providing the information and resources to allies to enhance their ability to support and be knowledgeable regarding issues that have an impact on the LGBTQ community
- Acting as a resource for information regarding homophobia, heterosexism, transphobia, an LGBTQ issues on the S&T campus
- Educating others about ways they can serve as an ally.