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Conference Day Workshop

Facilitators

  • Riedwaan Kader, Grade 8 Humanities Teacher

    The International School of Nido de Aguilas
    Reidwaan joins the AISA DEIJ Design Team as an ex officio member as he is about to leave our region for Peru. Reidwaan’s passion and commitment for DEIJ is influenced by his own experience of being a proud and out gay African male in international education. Understanding the challenges of being an African gay man on the continent, Reidwaan wants to be part of a movement affecting change, including creating a safe and protective space for LGBTQ+ people to connect and he will make this happen, even from his new home in Peru.
  • Graham Watts, Deputy Executive Director

    AISA
    Graham is an educational writer, advisor and consultant with experience of leading professional learning in over 25 countries. He has published educational books in the UK and the USA as well as publishing articles and peer reviewed papers in the UK, New Zealand and Australia. Before joining AISA, Graham was Global Director of Education and Training for an international children’s wellbeing charity; forming strategic partnerships with major funders, research partners, government agencies and universities.

LGBTQ+ Educators Affinity Group

This group will be a safe space to share experiences, find and offer support and discuss change. This group is facilitated by Riedwaan Kader, a gay African male and AISA’s Deputy Executive Director, Graham Watts, also a gay man. Together they will co-facilitate the group and are excited to connect with people who identify as LGBTQ+. The time is right to support, connect, and learn from one another.

AISA LGBTQ+ Affinity Group (only for those who identify as part of the LGBTQ+ community working in AISA schools – secure sign up required. This can be done anonymously. Please contact the facilitators for more information.

Riedwaan Kader riedwaank@gmail.com; and Graham Watts gwatts@aisa.or.ke

Target Audience:

Only those who identify as LGBTQI+. This group is not for allies.

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