celebrate trans day of visibility at school/uni

organise a guest speaker

Invite a keynote speaker to join your event and share their story

work with staff and leadership

Having the support of educators and school leadership makes organising your event easier and sends a strong message of inclusion

celebrate gender diversity

Stand in solidarity and celebrate gender diversity! Putting up posters or handing out flags is a great place to start

hand out name and pronouns tags

Make your event more inclusive with name and pronouns stickers where attendees can fill in their own preferred name and pronouns

work as a group

Find likeminded people to get involved and help out in organising your event!

promote your event

Put up posters, organise announcements, and add it to your school or university newsletter

fundraise for charity

Make your event an opportunity to go even further to support trans communities and fundraise for a good cause

trans pride in virtual events

If you're holding a virtual event consider things like changing your background on video calls!

trans pride resources you can share

different social media graphics to spread awareness with!
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