Breaking the Binary Code

When:
Thu 26 March, 10:00am - 12:00pm
Presented By:
The Sexual Assault & Family Violence Centre
Location:
Creative Geelong, Centrepoint Arcade, 132 Little Malop St, Geelong
Cost:
Free

Presentation and panel narrative on considerate and informed project approach.

Exploration of the Breaking the Binary Code project which focused on working with LGBTIQA+ young people and community to challenge gender and sexuality constructions, stereotypes and relationship expectations; to prevent family violence.

Panel will explore collaboration from perspective of project partners, and showcase creative resources as deliverables of the project.

Breaking the Binary Code project has a professional and considered approach underwritten with a principle of doing no further harm.

This event will highlight project elements with inclusive language on gender, sexuality and family violence, without the existing societal binary constructs of gender and sexuality.

Project creation and process experience from a primary prevention perspective and collaboration between project partners will be explored. This extends to creative industries for design and development of creative output as a vehicle to deliver project key messages.

Project partners: BATForce, City of Greater Geelong and Creative Geelong. Project funded by the Victorian State Government.

Bookings required

Wheelchair accessible venue

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