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Yellow Tick training: new public introductory session

We are proud to announce that we are expanding our yellow tick training offerings to make them more accessible to individuals and smaller teams. Yellow Tick training has been running for nearly two years now, building intersex compentency in any service that wishes to work with intersex clients. It is created, audited, and run by people with lived experience of an intersex variation, and the feedback we've had so far has been overwhelmingly positive.

We often get requests for a shorter introductory training, as well as sessions that are opened up to the public so individuals have the opportunity to engage with our content. To meet this demand we have built a brand new introductory session from the ground up that will now run at the end of every month.

The first sessions are going to be on Wednesday the 28th of September at 7-8pm. As well as a lunchtime session on Thursday the 29th of September running from 1-2pm. These sessions will be run online using Zoom and include Q+A at the end.

Unlike our webinar content, these sessions will not be recorded and released afterwards. If you miss out this month, there will be another opportunity next month. Our full Yellow Tick training package can also be booked for any day of the year by reaching out to us through info@ihra.org.au

Tickets available through Humanitix -
September 28th 7-8pm (Evening)
September 29th 1-2pm (Day)

We're expanding our team: part-time Senior Projects Officer vacancy

We're pleased to share a second new vacancy to work with IHRA, this time another part time Senior Projects Officer. The post-holder will help build our team. If you want to contribute at the cutting edge of intersex human rights, this is the position for you.

The Senior Projects Officer will work collaboratively with the Executive Director and other staff to manage and coordinate the timely delivery of projects and other activities. This is a senior role which requires the successful applicant to demonstrate experience in writing and communication, public speaking, systematic advocacy, and community development. It also requires the successful applicant to be able to work within the human rights and health advocacy spaces, with well-developed interpersonal skills for working with community, engaging with broader community, allies, and policy makers.

The role will be home-based and the post-holder may be located in any jurisdiction in Australia. The applicant must have access to a reliable computer and internet connection.

Applications close October 7th. For more details please check our listing on ethicaljobs.com.au or on our website.

Come and work with us: part-time office admin vacancy

We're currently looking for an administrator to join team IHRA! If you're interested in joining the human rights team making strides in the intersex space, we'd love to hear from you.

The administrator role for IHRA will provide office support and is vital for the smooth-running of the organisation. The administrator will undertake tasks that ensure the rest of the team have adequate support to work efficiently.

The role will be home-based and the post-holder may be located in any jurisdiction in Australia. The applicant must have access to a reliable computer and internet connection.

Applications close September 30th. For more details please check our listing on ethicaljobs.com.au or on our website.

As always, until next time. Please take care!
-- Morgan and Cody.
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