Safe Zone

Safe Zone trainings are opportunities to learn about gender and sexual, LGBTQ identities and issues.  

You may have seen a sticker or sign that indicate that a person is a “Safe Zone” or has been “Safe Zone Trained.” These signs mean a person is open to talking about and being supportive of LGBTQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer/Questioning +) individuals and identities.  

LGBTQ folks sometimes question whether they will feel safe, welcomed, or supported in a new environment. Displaying “Safe Zone” stickers can help an organization communicate to others a commitment to creating LGBTQ-inclusive environments.

The goal of a Safe Zone training isn’t to change a particular space, but to create people who are invested in creating safe and affirming environments wherever they go, and providing those people the skills and knowledge they need to do that.

For more information visit The Safe Zone Project. To schedule a Safe Zone training call or email us at (907) 474-6311 or uaf-ndac@alaska.edu

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