Five-college consortium announce gender and diversity programme on Transgender Day of…

first_imgAdvertisement Linkedin RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Roisin Upton excited by “hockey talent coming through” in Limerick Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash Twitter WhatsApp Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live Print TAGSGender Equality Enhancement Fund 2020Keeping Limerick PostedlimerickLimerick PostTDOVTransgender Day of Visibility center_img Email Facebook Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads Previous articleMunster confirm signing of South African Jenkins and a host of new contractsNext article“There’s no second chances” – Irish Captain Ciara Griffin raring to go ahead of Six Nations opener Sarah Carrhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Donal Ryan names Limerick Ladies Football team for League opener A CONSORTIUM of five higher education institutions – Institute of Technology Carlow, Waterford Institute of Technology, Carlow College St Patrick’s Limerick Institute of Technology and Mary Immaculate College – has received funding from the HEA’s Gender Equality Enhancement Fund 2020 to roll out a gender identity and diversity training programme for staff in each of its colleges. IT Carlow will take the lead on the project entitled ‘The development and implementation of a gender identity, expression and diversity training programme for staff in Irish HEIs’. The project was awarded €30,000 from the HEA fund that was established to advance gender equality initiatives in Irish higher education.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up  The majority of the five partner institutions in the project are in the process of, or have already have developed, gender identity and expression policies and procedures.  The awarded programme is seen as contributing to ongoing progress in this area through dispelling gender stereotypes, enhancing and deepening awareness and capacity. The funding will be used to develop two distinct programmes: one for academic and professional management and support staff one for senior executive teams. Once piloted, the programme will be rolled out amongst the five partner institutions leading to the development and launch of a permanent resource that will be available for all staff. The programme will be delivered by ShoutOut, a charity that provides educational programmes in educational institutions in areas such as sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, and intersex identity. The announcement today of the gender identity and diversity training programme coincides with Transgender Day of Visibility (TDOV), established to show support of trans identities and reject transphobia. Institute of Technology Carlow will mark its solidarity and support for the trans community today by raising the flag associated with this day at the Haughton Building and by supporting a social media campaign that rejects transphobia.Colette Lane, Director of EDI and People, Institute of Technology commented, “We are delighted to have the opportunity to be able to develop and implement this training and very much appreciate the funding provided to enable us to achieve this”. LimerickNewsFive-college consortium announce gender and diversity programme on Transgender Day of VisibilityBy Sarah Carr – March 31, 2021 97 last_img read more

Leftover Salmon Brings Their ‘Stories From The Living Room Tour’ To Fort Collins [Photo/Video]

first_imgLoad remaining images On Saturday, Leftover Salmon played an intimate show at Washington’s in Fort Collins, CO. The performance was one of the band’s Stories From The Living Room shows, which features rare acoustic performances in intimate settings with a special focus on Leftover Salmon’s new book, Leftover Salmon: Thirty Years of Festival!. The new book–written by critically acclaimed author Tim Newby–explores Leftover Salmon through their 30 years, and includes personal recollections of its band members, family, friends, former band-mates, managers, and the countless musicians they have influenced.Leftover Salmon opened up their first set on Saturday with “Muddy Water Home”, off of the bands 1997 studio release Euphoria. The six-piece band then offered up a pair of covers with David Bromberg’s “New Lee Highway Blues” and the Grateful Dead’s “Cold Rain and Snow” followed by fan-favorite “Liza”. The band continued with speed and tenacity as they worked through “Sun Dog”, before delivering “Fayetteville Line” and “Kentucky Skies”. “Whispering Waters” off the bands 2004 self-titled album brought the first set to a close.Leftover Salmon – “Sun Dog”, “Fayetteville Line”[Video: Liz Ard]Leftover Salmon – “Kentucky Skies”[Video: Liz Ard]Following a brief setbreak, Leftover Salmon came back out to open their second set with a cover of Prince’s “7” before working through their comical and theatrical tune “Alfalfa’s”. Following the funny number depicting working in a heady Boulder, CO organic market, Leftover Salmon moved into am cover of Bob Dylan’s “Tangled Up In Blue”. LoS kept on chugging with “Down In The Hollow”, Midnight In Paris”, and “Linin’ Track”, and appropriately closed their second set with “Wake And Bake” in their home state of Colorado.Leftover Salmon – “7”[Video: Liz Ard]Leftover Salmon – “Tangled Up In Blue”[Video: Liz Ard]You can view a beautiful gallery of photos below from the show courtesy of photographer Conrad Meyer.For ticketing information and a full list of Leftover Salmon’s upcoming tour dates, head to the band’s website.Setlist: Leftover Salmon | Washington’s | Fort Collins, CO | 2/16/2019Set One: Muddy Water Home, New Lee Highway Blues, Cold Rain and Snow, Liza, Little Maggie, Sun Dog, Fayetteville Line, Kentucky Skies, Whispering WatersSet Two: 7, Alfalfa’s, Tangled Up In Blue, Dance On Your Head, Down In The Hollow, Midnight In Paris, Linin’ Track> Wake And BakeLeftover Salmon | Washington’s | Fort Collins, CO | 2/16/2019 | Photos: Conrad Meyerlast_img read more