Learn more about the experiences of the LGBT+ community and how you, your organisation and network can influence positive social change.
British Horseracing’s official LGBT+ Network – Racing With Pride, in association with the National Horseracing Museum and the Diversity in Racing Steering Group, wish to invite those from across the sport of horseracing to join them face to face in learning more about LGBT+ inclusion through networking, panel discussions, and breakout sessions.
The first part of the conference will explore ‘What Does Pride Really Mean to the LGBT+ Community?’ This will reflect the current situation across British horseracing, the wider community, and also the situation in other sporting landscapes.
The second part of the conference will focus on Trans Inclusion with an educational workshop. Alongside this will be practical advice on how to introduce and embed the newly created ‘Transitioning At Work Guidance’ that has been created by Racing With Pride.
Following on from the education event; over lunch, attendees will be invited to tour the Museum and to view the new Racing With Pride exhibition.
Attendees are also invited to stay on at the venue to chat and watch racing at Royal Ascot on the big screen (separate ticket required). People can also book this as a separate ticket if they do not wish to attend the morning conference.
There will be complimentary food and refreshments throughout the day. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with any dietary or access requirements.
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