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Open Doors Initiative - May Events

Open Doors Initiative has some exciting new events happening this May that you may be interested in.

17th May at 10.45am LGBTQI+ Inclusion in the Workplace


Join the Open Doors Initiative on May 17th to mark International Day against Homophobia and Transphobia with David Gough.


David Gough is a Gaelic Football referee from County Meath. He comes from the Slane club and is the Education and Games Development Officer on St. Patrick's Campus Drumcondra, DCU. David is the sport's first openly gay top-level match official.


In 2015, the sport's governing body refused to allow him to wear a rainbow wristband during a league match between Dublin and Tyrone but just four years later in 2019 following his appearance on The Late Late Show he initiated the GAA's first-ever involvement in the Pride Parade.


Join them this International Day against Homophobia and Transphobia, to hear David's insights into LGBTQI+ inclusion in the workplace and the important role employers play in creating a culture of diversity and inclusion.


Register on Eventbrite.


31st May at 2pm Inclusive Recruitment: Disability Awareness Training


Join Employers for Change for a Disability Awareness seminar on Inclusive Recruitment, facilitated by Stephen Kelly, Managing Director of Ability Focus.


Stephen Kelly is the Managing Director of Ability Focus and an experienced Disability Inclusion Specialist, drawing on over fifteen years experience in the recruitment, training, and supported employment sectors.


In this session, Stephen will give tips on building an inclusive recruitment process with a key focus on disability.


Register on Eventbrite.



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