About LGBT History Month
LGBT HM is celebrated in February in the UK but our work to educate out prejudice continues throughout the year. Our interactive calendar is also all-year-round so check it out or add an LGBT related event of your own.
This year our theme was Religion, Belief and Philosophy. LGBT History Month 2016 is over now but we hope we have enabled the faiths to foster good relations with their LGBT congregants and with the wider LGBT community. In 2017 we will look at Citizenship, PSHE and Law as we mark the 50th anniversary of the partial decriminalisation of male homosexuality in England and Wales.
Our academic festival in Manchester and popular festivals in Newcastle, York, Manchester, Shrewsbury, Bristol and London were immensely successful and we hope they will put LGBT Hsitory on the map and in the history books.
Get Your LGBT History Month 2016 Resources
From logos to flyers and people to places, all you need to get your event off to a flying start!2016 Resources
Our Latest News. For general LGBT news visit our Facebook page
Derek Jacobi and Tom Robinson Interviews from 2nd National Festival of LGBT HistoryMay 5, 2016LGBTv Interviews Online! A couple of interviews filmed by our friends LGBTv from the Second National Festival of LGBT.
Teachers’ Union Launches Safer Schools NetworkMay 2, 2016The Association of Teachers and lecturers (ATL’s) Safer Schools network brings together the expertise of leading organisations, practitioners and.
Prof. Richard Parkinson Explains Need for LGBT HistoryApril 2, 2016Professor Parkinson, an expert in Egyptology, speaks to the Oxford Union and suggests some of the possible uses of.
Our Sister Sites
Schools Out UK
Schools OUT UK is a Charitable Incorporated Organisation that began life as The Gay Teachers Association in 1974. Our overarching goal is to make our schools and educational institutions safe spaces for our Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans (LGBT) communities as teachers, lecturers and trainers; as pupils and students; as parents; as teaching and learning support staff; as site-officers, catering and cleaning staff; and as headteachers, managers and governors. There is no other organisation that supports such a wide community in attaining such a wide, yet simple overarching goal. See our website for more news and resources for educators www.schools-out.org.uk
The Classroom The Classroom is an accessible space for teachers to find a range of resources to make Lesbian Gay Bisexual Trans people visible in education. We believe that to eradicate homophobia and transphobia, the lives and contributions of LGBT people need to be visible throughout education. This can be done by delivering a broad and balanced curriculum. See our website for more information and lesson plans at www.the-classroom.org.uk
The Proud Trust
The Proud Trust (formerly LGBT Youth North West) is a a regional organisation that seeks to support lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans young people in the North West of England. www.lgbtyouthnorthwest.org.uk
You can support us and get involved by using our resources, raising funds, sharing events and challenging discrimination wherever you are.Find out more