The organizational and social work environment of LGTBQI+ persons

– Perspectives on how to develop an inclusive and healthy work environment

18th of October 2023
Online webinar

9.00-12.00 am CET (Central European Time)

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About this webinar

There is a lack of compiled information and systematic reviews concerned with research on LGTBQI+ persons’ work environment. The Swedish agency for work environment expertise has published a systematic review on the topic in June 2022. In addition to this, a new handbook will be produced, aiming at supporting workplaces to develop an inclusive and healthy work environment for LGTBQ+-persons.

The webinar will give the participants an overview of the research done within the field and of key factors for developing an inclusive work environment for LGTBQI+ persons as well as an opportunity to learn more on the content of the new handbook. The webinar also aims at inspiring participants in how to develop a more inclusive work environment at their own workplaces.

Webinar outline

The webinar will take place on the 18th of October at 9.00-12.00 am CET (Central European Time).

The webinar consists of two parts:

Part I: 2 hours of lecturing
Overview of research in the field from a Nordic perspective. Highlights from a literature review of 300 scientific articles in the field.

Part II: 1 hour of workshop
Participants reflect on how a more inclusive work environment can be developed within their own work settings. Selection of reflection exercises from a newly developed handbook on how an inclusive work environment can be developed from individual, group and organizational perspectives.

Summary

18th of October 2023
Webinar
Online webinar
Deadline 17th of October 2023
The webinar is free of charge
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Price information

The webinar is free of charge

About the lecturers

Andrea Eriksson works as Associate Professor at the Division of Ergonomics at the KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Sweden. Andrea’s research includes how leadership and organizational factors impact employee well-being and how a health-promoting workplace can be developed. During the last few years she has also studied lgbtqi+ persons organizational and social work environment.

Sara Andersson is a Postdoctoral Researcher in Child and Youth Studies at Stockholm University and Associate Senior Lecturer in Social Psychology at the University of Skövde. Sara’s research interests include social and cultural norms and how they manifest themselves in different spheres, including the workplace. For the last year she has particularly studied lbtqi+ persons work environment.


Contact person

Project Manager and Communications Advisor
Linda Oksanen
NIVA
email: linda.oksanen@niva.org