PSHE Association conference in London, 29 June 2017

June 29, 2017

This conference will offer a mixture of practical workshops and thought provoking keynotes to inform your vital work as a PSHE practitioner.



Sexing the Past: ‘What is and how to do LGBT history’

March 03, 2017

We are proud to be part of Outing the Past: The National Festival of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans history. This year we will explore themes and concepts relating to the Sexual Offences Act of 1967, 50 years old in 2017.



NUT LGBT Conference 2013

November 30, 2013

This year the LGBT teacher’s conference will be taking place on Saturday 30th November at NUT HQ.



LONDON SCHOOLS ‘EDUCATE AND CELEBRATE’ SHOWCASE AT THE EMIRATES

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.



BIRMINGHAM SCHOOLS LGBT HISTORY MONTH SHOWCASE

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.



Calder Valley Lesbian Parents Group Conference

November 17, 2012

Registration is now underway for the Calder Valley Lesbian Parents Group’s first national community conference, themed We Do It Our Way, on Saturday 17th November 2012.



SOLIDARITY BUT NOT SIMILARITY? LGBT COMMUNITIES IN THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY

November 09, 2012

This conference will disseminate findings from the recent UK Arts and Humanities Research Council project on understandings and experiences of ‘LGBT communities’, and their implications for ‘wellbeing’. It will also feature additional contributions from experts in the field (see below).



iTrans: Constructive Selves Through Technology – Sharing Event

June 16, 2012

On Saturday 16th of June we will host a display of the artwork produced by young trans people during a 3 month Gendered Intelligence project, in partnership with the Science Museum and Arts Council England. The theme of the project was to explore how science and technology shape our gender identities.



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