Vstup ZDARMA

Trans people at work | Online Workshop

29/04/2021

In the Czech Republic as elsewhere, there are still many half-truths and misunderstandings about trans people. This workshop will help you clarify this topic.

Description

Transgender people have a mismatch between their gender identity and biological gender. In their private and professional life, they may frequently encounter discrimination and therefore often hide their identity from those around them. Feelings of dissonance with their body, depression, and rejection by their family or colleagues often cause them to close in on themselves and thus find themselves on the margins of society. According to a recent survey by the ombudsman, up to 51 % of people with different sexual orientations or gender identities at work intentionally hide this fact.

How many trans people are in the Czech Republic? What obstacles do they face every day? What does going to work mean for them on a day-to-day basis and what can employers do for their trans employees?

If you want to know the answers to these questions and many more, register now for the webinar by Vodafone Czech Republic, a.s.

Date: 4/29/2021 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM

Language: English

 

 

Event Details

 

Richard Stonavský

A member of Vodafone's top management. Vodafone is the first workplace where Richard has been fully out of the closet. Since 2011, Richard has been responsible for Vodafone's external relations and regulatory strategy at Vodafone. Prior to that, he worked at T-Mobile, Aliatel or the Senate of the Czech Republic.

Bára Soukupová

Bara is a curly geoinformatist, genderist, e-govermment specialist and open data promoter. In Trans*parent, she is the chairwoman of the committee and also leads advocacy, in which she fights for the rights of trans* people. She is interested in maps, in her free time she enjoys cycling, and she likes to travel and sit in cafes with nice people.

Cat Dutton-English

I’m the Knowledge Owner within Vodafone UK – I make sure our people have all the information they need to help our customers. I was a founding member of the LGBT+ Friends Network, and took the Chair position in October 2020. I believe that as an established employee network, we have the capacity to do significant good in our communities, and that is what I’m driving the network to do! Outside of work, I’ve got 3 cheeky cats and a wonderful wife who are my absolute world!

Date: 29/04/2021

Start time: 15:00 CEST

End time: 16:00 CEST