Q&A During PrideFEST 2022
The Q&A Project will be delivering a range of access measures throughout the month of November. Make sure you’re following the Pride WA and Living Proud Facebook pages to receive regular updates about the access measures coming up at PrideFEST 2022.
Queer & Accessible
The Queer & Accessible project is working with LGBTIQ+ events, venues and safe spaces, offering practical assistance, financial support and advice as well as promoting accessible events to the LGBTIQ+ and disability communities.
Our Project Officers are both LGBTIQ+ people with disability and work closely with a lived experience panel to deliver the Q&A project.
During PrideFEST 2021 the Q&A Project worked with PrideWA and other groups, supporting their events to be more accessible through providing Auslan interpreters, quiet space, audio description and accessibility maps.
For LGBTIQ+ People with Disability
LGBTIQ+ people with disability are invited to steer the direction of the project through participating in consultations, completing an online survey or contacting us directly.
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Have your say on the accessibility during PrideFEST 2021, Did you use the access supports provided, what else would have improved accessibility at PrideFEST events?
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For LGBTIQ+ Groups/Venues
The Q&A Project is offering training on disability and accessibility, sourced from established training providers, for LGBTIQ+ community groups, venues and for interested community members.
Training starts in June 2022 and topics include: engaging with disability, online accessibility, deafness awareness, inclusion in sport and recreation and disability awareness. Click here to find out more and to register
LGBTIQ+ groups and venues are also invited to engage with the project to discuss ways to make their events more accessible, and seek assistance to implement accessibility initiatives.
Project contact Sarah or Jack firstname.lastname@example.org
The Queer & Accessible project is funded by the Australian Government Department of Social Services.