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Lifetime Achievement Award

Mark Healey, founder of 17-24-30 National Hate Crime Awareness Week was awarded a lifetime achievement award at the National NO2H8 Crime Awards this year. Mark was recognised for his work organising the April Acts of Remembrance (marking the anniversaries of the London Nail Bomb attacks on Brixton, Brick Lane and Soho each year) and… Read the original article Author:

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Camden & Islington LGBT History Month 2020

forum+ is seeking submissions for the Camden & Islington LGBT History Month programme. LGBT History Month is an annual celebration of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender history held during the month of February. forum+ along with its partners in the boroughs of Camden and Islington will be hosting and promoting a series of events… Read the original article Author:

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Guide for LGBT+ people, networks and community groups for the 2019 General Election

Consortium, The LGBT Foundation and Stonewall have today launched a resource to support LGBT+ groups to help those engaged with their groups get registered to vote in the General Election next month. This General Election is an important moment in many ways, but particularly for LGBT+ communities, and we want everyone from those … Read the original article Author:

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Free2B Launch New SEN Support Tool

Free2B are excited to launch a brand new SEN tool to support schools and parents in talking about sexuality and gender identity with children who have special educational needs. They would like to extend special thanks to SenTalk for supporting them in developing the tool‎ and introducing them to the wonderful world of Widgit Symbols…. Read the original article Author:

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Art Exhibition Robbed

‘A brand new LGBT print exhibition in Soho this November.’ The catalyst for ROBBED was the aftermath of a curiously self-destructive relationship. A catastrophic experience of love and loss that was both, inevitable and preventable right from the very start… Read the original article Author:

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The Log Books Podcast

Launching October 28th, 2019 The Log Books podcast Untold stories from a unique archive of Britain’s queer history What if you could glimpse into LGBTQ+ life from decades ago? The Log Books is a history of LGBTQ+ life in Britain as noted by volunteers at the helpline Switchboard. Each episode of… Read the original article Author:

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LGBT+ Priorities for the Domestic Abuse Bill

Galop was pleased to see the Domestic Abuse Bill passing its second hearing in the House of Commons recently. This bill has huge potential to improve the experience of survivors of abuse when seeking help. Galop believes it’s vitally important that LGBT+ survivors are not left out of the picture and have written a set of… Read the original article Author:

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Equality Network welcomes pardons for discriminatory sex convictions

National LGBTI organisation the Equality Network has welcomed the pardoning today (Tuesday 15th October) of all historical discriminatory sex offence convictions between men. The Historical Sexual Offences (Pardons and Disregards) (Scotland) Act 2018, which comes into effect today, provides a pardon for all sexual offence convictions… Read the original article Author:

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Announcing Stonewall Housing’s Toil and Trouble Halloween Fundraiser!

Stonewall Housing provides the only specialist housing advice, advocacy, mental health and domestic abuse support for lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans (LGBT+) people of all ages. Established in 1983, Stonewall Housing are proud to have supported over 35,000 people secure safe housing. They have been hosting a variety of LGBT+ themed… Read the original article Author:

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