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Past events of 2010

Benda Bilili! - this weekend at the Tricycle Cinema

A pre-release screening benefit showing for UK Disability History Month

Sunday 5 December

Details at: www.tricycle.co.uk


The Cutting Edge Consortium at the TUC 'Future of Schools' Conference

Saturday 27th November at Congress House, Great Russell Street, Central London.

The Conference is a free event for everyone with an interest in the future of our schools, including parents, pupils, school governors, school staff, trade unionists, local authority official, academics and policy advisors.

The Cutting Edge Consortium workshops will address the following topic - Faith Schools and Inclusive education and amongst the speakers will be Julia Neal from the ATL, and Elly Barnes, from Schools Out. Naomi Phillips from the British Humanist association will be chairing.

Register for this free event at TUC Schools Conference

Anti-Bullying Roadshow, Cyberbullying seminars and other events at The virtual Anti-Violence-Campus

Anti-Violence-Campus in Second Life are hosting several presentations, seminars and other events from mid-November to December 2010.

Including:

  • Actionwork's Anti-Bullying Roadshow
  • KiVa - A national bullying prevention program for Finnish schools
  • Cyberbullying in adolescence: investigation and intervention in six European Countries
  • How to deal with Cyberbullying? Best practice examples from Norway by Kids and Media

Participations is free of charge. To register for the course please contact
Thomas Jäger (jaegerth@zepf.uni-landau.de) from the Centre for Educational Research, University of Koblenz-Landau, Germany.

See the AVC website for more details.

Trans Community Confernce 2010:
Creative Responses to Education and Equality

Convened by Gendered Intelligence
Hosted by Central School of Speech and Drama

Friday 16 July 2010
Central School of Speech and Drama, Embassy Theatre

Followed by an optional evening “Tit Bits”: An Evening with Bird la Bird

Supporting Young Gay & Bisexual Men - Training Day

25 October 2010 A training event hosted by LGBT Youth North West. A wonderful opportunity to better appreciate, protect and help challenge the endemic bigotry faced by young men in our schools, colleges and wider community.

Download information and registration form

For more information contact Myrtle Finley: 0161 273 7838, myrtle@lgbtynw.org.uk

European projects tackling school bullying and violence

The virtual Anti-Violence-Campus seminars:
Seville Anti-Bullying Project (October 13) and CyberTraining (October 18).

This October the Anti-Violence-Campus will hold a series of six seminars on European projects tackling school bullying and violence, in Second Life.

The seminars aim to present selected projects that have been implemented in different European countries. Participants can learn more about these projects and initiatives and have the opportunity to share and discuss their views with the other participants from Europe and other countries across the globe.

More details on Anti-Violence Campus website.

The Laramie Project: Ten Years Later

Can it really be 10 years since Mathew Shepherd died?

The London Premiere of this powerful performance piece exploring homophobia. And in the light of recent suicides - just as relevant now as it was then. Proceeds in aid of 17-24-30.

One night only at Greenwich Theatre
Sunday 10 October, 6.30pm

See details on Wild Oats website

LGBT History and Archives Conference 2010

Young Hearts, Run Free…
Saturday 4 December 2010
London Metropolitan Archives
Iask.lma@cityoflondon.gov.uk

This eighth annual LGBT History and Archives Conference focused on young people's projects and activities.

Young people have been exploring LGBT Histories in many different ways including intergenerational work, visits to historical sites and exploring archive material. Conference to celebrate their achievements, discover the impact the projects have made and ways of setting up activities and groups.

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