The LGBT History Month Launch is a November tradition in the Diversity Calendar and it’s always held in a prestigious venue, but with 2017 being the 50th anniversary of the 1967 Sexual Offences Act we took it up a notch and held it in the Speaker’s Chamber at the Houses of Parliament. As guests of […]
Campaigners in London are to place pink filing cabinets at iconic venues around the capital to call for the city’s first LGBT museum. The calls come as England and Wales mark the 50th anniversary of the decriminalisation of homosexuality next year and organisers believe it’s an opportunity to unearth the city’s battle for equality. The […]
Huge thanks to all our supporters & donors – You make it possible. Celebrate with us at the Equality Ball on 26 November in London London, UK – October 2016 “A huge thank you to all our friends and donors. This month the Peter Tatchell Foundation celebrates five years of human rights work – casework, […]
This film was a snap shot of some of the people, activists, artists, performers and organisations I had the pleasure to meet during LGBT History Month 2016. There was no pre- production to this film or budget, and therefore it is a spontaneous, personal journey of discovery, within the month of February 2016.
Niranjan Kamatkar gives us a round-up of all the events happening in London for the LGBT History Month 2016 National Festival via a podcast on Dan Nouveau’s Soundcloud. Have a listen in here Meanwhile, all of our publications for the London Festival are below: 20 01LGBT Schools&Familes programme FINAL PDF-1 LGBTHMNationalFestV&ALineup
The LGBT History Festival spurred me into starting a project I’ve been interested in for years. Although I am neither a historian nor a film-maker, the callout for submissions made me decide to record some archive material and to make a short film. I lived in London in the 1980s in a lesbian feminist community […]
It must be Spring! The British Film Institute’s LGBT Film Fest is under way this week. Featuring a retrospective of Derek Jarman’s best offerings and Ben Wilshaw’s latest where he mourns the death of his Chinese partner with his (partner’s) mother, it promises to be a good one. Who’s Afraid of Vagina Woolf? is apparently […]