Exploration of equality and diversity in the ESOL classroom – Laila El-Metoui presents an online session on the subject from Morley College, London
We’re Going! Are You? Camden LGBT Forum announces WORLD’s largest program for LGBT History Month 2014: The London Boroughs of Camden and Islington are to host the world’s largest program for LGBT History Month throughout February 2014. The program is put together by Camden LGBT Forum with the support of Camden and Islington Councils and a team of highly dedicated volunteers. This month is about celebrating Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans histories. The theme is music but events cross genres of film, poetry, science, biography and art.
Ricky Martin discussed homophobia and “combatting violence and discrimination against LGBT persons” with South African singer and human rights campaigner Yvonne Chaka Chaka before UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon yesterday at a UN seminar held in New York. Read the report from the UN website and watch the video by going here
SCREEN AWARD-WINNING SHORT FILM SERIES FOR FREE DURING LGBT HISTORY MONTH 2013 Are you planning your LGBT History Month events or got room for a special screening? Well, THE DEVOTION PROJECT – the brainchild of filmmaker Antony Osso – has teamed up with LGBT History Month so you can show these brilliant short films, […]
In this YouTube video writer Amanda Harper describes a transphobic attack in detail and explains why and how it impacted on her. She goes on to describe previous attacks and explain why we need to challenge hate crimes and respect each other’s differences. https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=BvlDtmUjAIw
Call Me Kuchu is in cinemas on November 2nd, and Picturehouse have chosen the film for their Pic Docs Discover Tuesday event for November. The film will screen in Picturehouse cinemas across the UK on the evening of November 6th, and will be your only chance to catch this must-see doc in many cities. Call […]
Members of a Liverpool youth group have won a European award for a short film exploring discrimination and inequality in sport. Young people aged 13 to 16 from GYRO (Gay Youth ‘R’ Out), a group for young people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender (LGBT), made the one-minute film, called ‘Sport […]