BBC RADIO LEEDS – BBC Radio Interview with Gina Battye and Stephanie Hirst Topic: Strictly Come Dancing’s First Same-Sex Couple Nicola Adam’s has been announced as the 1st same-sex COMPETING couple on Strictly Come Dancing. There is a whole debate
Gina was approached by Forbes to comment on a piece about the use of pronouns and their role in being a transgender ally. Forbes is the largest global business media brand in the world, with incomparable global scale, their footprint surpasses 120 million.
What is Psychological Safety and Why Organisations Need To Know About It Psychological safety is where every single person in an organisation is able to bring their whole self to work. No hiding, no censoring and no pretending to be
The UK’s Inaugural Digital Lesbian Visibility Week Gina Battye was invited to deliver a Psychological Safety in the Workplace session for Diva’s inaugural Lesbian Visibility Week conference. ”Psychological safety is the key to a healthy workplace, relationship and life. In
BBC RADIO LEEDS, BBC RADIO SHEFFIELD AND BBC RADIO YORK – BBC Radio Interview with Gina Battye and Liz Green Topic: What Is Psychological Safety? We talked about the 5 Pillars of Psychological Safety and the Authentic Self Process that
Manchester Pride holds virtual conference to bring LGBTQ+ community together during isolation Gina Battye was invited to deliver a Psychological Safety in the Workplace keynote for Manchester Pride’s annual workplace conference. “The charity’s day long event heard from some of
BBC RADIO LEEDS – INTERVIEW WITH CHARLIE SMITH Topic: Interview for International Women’s Day with Charlie Smith on What It Means To Be Your Authentic Self. The Scene at the BBC asked me to talk about what it means to be
AUTHENTIC SELF PROCESS – INTERVIEW WITH EMMA COLLER Topic: Interview with Emma Coller about finding your authentic self, the Authentic Self Process, the impact of bullying, well-being and adopting an Ayurveda lifestyle. The Authentic Self Process is an extraordinary
Honour Based Violence And Its Presence Within LGBT+ Communities This article on honour based violence was written by Anne East. Anne writes for the Immigration Advice Service, an organisation which offers free legal advice and support for asylum seekers, domestic
History Of Pride: LGBT History Month The history of Pride. When did it all begin and why? The Stonewall Riots were the catalyst, for Pride and the modern-day LGBT rights movement. “Five months after the riots, activists Craig Rodwell, his
Civil Partnerships and Same-Sex Marriage: LGBT History Month Marriage has been taking place around the world for hundreds of years. Did you know the Marriage Act 1753 was the first statutory legislation in England and Wales to require a formal ceremony
Age Of Consent: LGBT History Month The age of consent refers to the age at which you can legally have sex. Did you know the age of consent for heterosexuals in the UK is 16 and has been since 1885?