The University of Nottingham is pleased to welcome the award-winning Professor David Smith, University of York, who will be delivering a talk on how his LGBT identity has become an integral part of his research and work on public understanding of science.
Join us for the 18th Annual Student Conference entitled ‘LGBT+ rights in the 21st Century: Free and equal?, providing an excellent opportunity to explore the successes of LGBT+ rights whilst recognising the barriers and discussing future reforms.
This event explores the changing political climate and its impact on minority groups, the LGBT community in particular. There will also be a discussion around the need for intersectionality and building resilience. Speakers will include Mel Jeffs, manager of the Nottingham Women’s Centre and Paula Akpan, co-founder of the “I’m Tired” Project and writer for gal-dem. Part of LGBT History Month.
Join us for a panel discussion around the theme of ‘Finding a voice: minority identities within and beyond LGBTQ+’. Part of LGBT History Month 2017.
February is LGBT History Month, and The University of Nottingham is hosting a range of public […]
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Join the Centre for Research in Race and Rights and the Centre for the Study of Social and Global Justice (CSSGJ) for a discussion on LGBT immigration. Paul J Dillane, the Executive Direction of the UK Lesbian and Gay Immigration Group, will be in conversation with Ibtisam Ahmed as part of the regular CSSGJ seminar series. Part of LGBT History Month.
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The Rights and Justice Research Priority Area and Nottingham Contemporary present ‘Nottingham: centre of the LGBT universe’. With David Edgley, Nottingham LGBT+ Network and Rainbow Heritage. Part of LGBT History Month.
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The Rights and Justice Research Priority Area presents a screening of San Junipero, followed by a Q&A. San Junipero is the fourth episode of the third series of Black Mirror, and aired in 2016. Part of LGBT History Month.
Join the Rights and Justice Research Priority Area (RPA) for a debate on LGBT hate crime. Lynda Kelly of Nottinghamshire Police will be in discussion with RPA Postgraduate Director Hannah-Rose Murray on the issue of responding to hate crime through policing, community interaction and the concerns thereof.
Please join the Centre for Research in Race and Rights for a discussion on LGBT research at The University of Nottingham. Multiple scholars from the University and Nottingham Trent will present their work on various LGBT issues, showcasing their research and its impact around the world. Part of LGBT History Month.