Oxford OX3 0BP
Join in a panel conversation on LGBT+ identity, rights, pride and community.
You are invited to be inspired, enlightened and challenged by a lively discussion of the gains and continuing work to ensure diverse sexual orientations and gender identities are fully accepted and celebrated in UK society and communities. We will be looking at ways of belonging and creating a sense of community, as well as reflecting on responses to global events of violence and hate crime, actions from the UK government and the changing European context.
Our panelists bring perspectives from the forefront of current equality action – to enable us each to be and become who we are.
ABOUT THE PANELLISTS
Professor Nick Rumens is an internationally recognised scholar in the area of LGBTQ sexualities and genders in the workplace.
Phyll Opoku-Gyimah is the co-founder and Executive Director of UK Black Pride, the award-winning celebration for Black LGBT communities to take pride in their ethnicity and sexuality.
Dr Jay Stewart is the co-founder and Director of Gendered Intelligence, working for trans equality and increased understanding of gender diversity.
Tom Guy is the founder and President of National Student Pride, and is a Brookes alumnus.
The panel is part of Oxford Brookes Events for LGBT History Month 2017 on the theme of Citizenship, Law and PSHE.