Chee Heng Chua
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Welcome everyone!! PLease let us know where you are dialling in from, if you have any questions for Andy, please submit them via the Q&A
Theodoros from Thessaloniki Greece. hi to everyone!
Andrés Javier Garzón Sánchez
Hi everyone. Andrés from Bogotá, Colombia.
Dialling in from Manchester. UK
hi all. greetings from Łódź, poland
Hello from Charlotte, NC
Hello everyone from London
Really good points Andy!
Thank you Andy!
Great session! Thank you Andy
It was a great session
great session. thank you
Fantastic session with Andy, thank you so much.
Yes. Historically the British Army have treated LGBT+people disgustingly and only lifted the ban 20 years ago.
That quote has really had an impact to so many people. It should make people stop and think.
That quote will really stick with me.
Really interesting looking at conceptual, cultural and physical diversity. Thought provoking. Thanks
Alan Turing is so many of our heroes.
Fantastic Maj Gen. Bell!
Thank you very much Chris!
Fantastic thoughts and great quotes! Thank you so much!
no but it does exist
I think the Army supporting workpride is amazing! Well done as it really shows how hard you are working to change viewpoints and evidence that you are now much more diverse and inclusive.
I agree Chris we need to admit it unfortunately exists in many organisations but only by recognising and acknowledging that can we then look to challenge, change and improve.
sorry, what was the name of Matthew Syed's book?
Speaking up too. Be brave to speak up for others or things you feel is wrong.
Agree, well said Chloe
Yes Chris,I agree lets not be bystanders
Progress with LGBTQ rights and BLM etc are making people much less fearful of calling out bad behaviours and attitudes.
I think it is worth mentioning that within UK, LGBT inclusion is extended beyond the Army to other Armed Services. There are some amazing role models and allies in all parts of the armed services.
I definitely agree Paul, I think it's easier for UK armed forces to stand out as LGBT, the rights there are now very supportive
I agree Chlose!
But it's not that way worldwide and even if we all want to stand, it's quite difficult but we do :-)
Thank you for another brilliant session everyone.
Really enjoyed this session. Thank you both
Yeah Let's come together for each other!
Bas van der Kruk
Thank you so much!
Thanks Chris. Very interesting
thank you very much guys, you are rocking!