Football Vs Homophobia Conference

August 17, 2013

The Football v Homophobia Campaign announced today that it will be joined by FARE, Europe’s anti-discrimination campaign for football, to deliver a football conference for fans on tackling homophobia and transphobia in football. The conference is being held in Manchester, UK on 17 August 2013.

In The Life: A History of Polari – St James Theatre London

June 23, 2013

The Polari Magazine production In The Life: A History of Polari plays for one exclusive performance at London’s prestigious St James Theatre on Sunday June 23 at 3.30 pm.

‘Singing the Changes’ Exhibition Opening Event

June 13, 2013

The Pink Singers are Europe’s longest running LGBT choir and to celebrate our 30th year we’d like you to join us by attending our exhibition’s official opening at Audit House

Queer Homes at the Geffrye Museum

June 12, 2013

Explore the meanings and practicalities of home-making for lesbians and gay men past and present at this fascinating roundtable discussion.

ITV Fixers report on tackling homophobia

May 24, 2013

They faced abuse and name-calling at school… now a group of gay and lesbian young people from Norwich have come up with a novel way of tackling homophobia.

IDAHO Day – May 17th

May 17, 2013

Don’t forget to put in your diaries that May 17th is IDAHO Day – International Day Against Homophobia and transphobia.

UNESCO Publishes Guidance to Tackle Homophobic Bullying

May 13, 2013

UNESCO’s Booklet “Good Policy and Practice in HIV and Health Education” is available again in time for IDAHO 2013

NUS LGBT Conference 2013

April 21, 2013

This weekend in Manchester was NUS LGBT Conference 2013 – the largest democratic gathering of LGBT students in Europe.


February 28, 2013

The concert showcased students’ work from 7 participating schools at primary and secondary level, including music and drama performances. SchoolsOUT, Pride Sports, Football V Homophobia, Consortium, EDF and Camden LGBT forum support the event.


February 15, 2013

The concert will showcase student’s work from 20 participating schools, including music and drama performances, presentations, speeches, stalls and key speakers. Key speakers will include Birmingham Council cabinet members and local celebrities.

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