Presented as part of Month of the Mind 2018, we are delighted to welcome Jessica Lynn, international speaker and outspoken advocate for transgender issues, to the University on Tuesday 29 May.
Presented as part of Month of the Mind, the University is delighted to welcome James Hilton, former headteacher and international writer, author and speaker, who helps people to navigate the stresses and strains of the modern workplace.
Presented as part of Month of the Mind, the University is delighted to offer a screening of Anomalisa (2015) followed by a discussion facilitated by Sarah Hinds, Counsellor (University Counselling Service).
As part of the University’s Wellbeing Programme and to mark World Health Day 2018, we are offering staff the chance to attend a Healthy Eating Workshop.
We’re delighted to announce our programme of events for this year’s LGBT History Month – taking place throughout February 2018. LGBT History Month is a […]
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A talk setting the wider context for trans identities, exploring key terms and use of language and beginning to explore how organisations can ensure they are being trans-inclusive. Part of LGBT History Month 2018.
A discussion on the legacy of the gay liberation movement in the US. Presented by Dr. Christopher Phelps (University of Nottingham) and Professor Jonathan Bell (University College London), as part of LGBT History Month 2018.