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Thank you for making LGBT+ History Month a success! Thank you to all our staff and students who helped make LGBT+ History Month events a success. Below you can read a summary of the events that took place. We saw over 70 staff and students in attendance across seven events. 95% of those were satisfied…
February is LGBT+ History Month, and the theme for 2020 is “Poetry, Prose and Plays”.           Did you know? LGBT+ History Month is a month-long annual focus on LGBT (lesbian, gay, bi, and trans) + history, and the history of the gay rights and related civil rights movements. Interested in sexual…
A new regular informal meet-up for Trans, Non-binary and Intersex people. For full information, including details of the location, please email: trans@leeds.ac.uk or contact the Network. PGRs are welcome to attend.
On Wednesday 20 November the University will mark Trans Day of Remembrance, a day to remember trans and non-binary people who have been murdered as a result of transphobia, and to raise awareness of transphobic violence worldwide.   This year marks the official 20th anniversary of Trans Day of Remembrance, which started in 1999. In…
  A new regular informal meet-up for Trans, Non-binary and Intersex people. For full information, including details of the location, please email: trans@leeds.ac.uk or contact the Network. PGRs are welcome to attend.
A new regular informal meet-up for Trans, Non-binary and Intersex people. For full information, including details of the location, please email: trans@leeds.ac.uk or contact the Network. PGRs are welcome to attend.
Are you… an LGBT+ parent? an LGBT+ person thinking about building a family? confused about what rights and entitlements LGBT+ parents have at the University of Leeds? concerned about coming out as an LGBT+ parent at the University of Leeds? interested in learning more about how you can support your LGBT+ parent colleagues at the…
National Coming Out Day (NCOD) is an annual LGBT awareness day observed on October 11.
The monthly informal meeting for LGBT+ Staff Network members (and those potentially interested in joining/finding out more), outside of the Network’s more policy-focused meetings and/or larger social events. Colleagues are welcome to stay for as long or as short a time as they wish. Look out for the Starry Teapot.