Vice President of People & Culture at CNFA overseeing the culture of positive engagement with its employees globally. The term “ally” is now more prevalent within the work environment than ever before; however, many are still unsure of what it means or how to fulfill its true objective.
Adults from the LGBTQI+ community are half as likely as others to have positive memories of school, according to a study by the charity Just Like Us. A quarter of respondents polled said they had had few or no friends at school, and more than half said they had had no role models to look up to at the time.
Heartstopper announces much-anticipated second series is in production and teases four new cast members in behind-the-scenes video
Heartstopper has confirmed that the much-anticipated second series is in production and teased that four new cast members have joined the show. The popular LGBTQI+ coming-of-age drama, based on the graphic novels by Alice Oseman, confirmed the cast had reunited for a table read after the first series' release in April.
Local media report arrests of unruly counter-protesters as pride marchers flout ban with shortened walk in rain Serbian police arrested more than 64 people as thousands of LGBTQI+ activists turned out for Belgrade’s EuroPride march on Saturday, despite a government ban. The event had been intended as the cornerstone event of the EuroPride gathering.
A legal writ for a judicial review has been lodged to challenge the Department of Finance’s continued funding of the controversial pro-trans charity Stonewall. The department confirmed this week that it has given a further £2,500 to the LGBTQI lobby group on top of almost £12,000 granted to it between 2019 and this year.
A village has reacted with anger over a poster in a church noticeboard stating: "We don't celebrate Pride, we preach Christ crucified." The poster, which appeared outside Halling Baptist Church in Vicarage Road , sparked controversy yesterday with residents slamming it as 'barbed', 'bigoted', and 'unnecessary' message, aimed at marginalising members of the LGBTQI community.
Phyll Opoku-Gyimah, who is known as Lady Phyll, is one of the event’s co-founders and is executive director of UK Black Pride. The co-founder of UK Black Pride said she was “blown away” with the community solidarity shown after more than 15,000 people joined the annual event on Sunday.
After two years of remote celebrations, Black Pride is back and we're ready to reunite. This weekend the Black LGBTQ+ community and their allies will come together to honour Black Pride in person for the first time in two years – and we are so ready for it.
The comedian, activist and Fringe veteran talks about the joys of watching LGBTQI performance art with his kids, booze-fuelled Edinburgh odysseys, and his ongoing role in the downfall of capitalism. What are you doing at this year’s festival? I'm doing stand-up at the Stand Comedy Club.
This Sunday Wakefield Pride will bring together LGBTQI+ people from across the city for a day of fun, friendship and community spirit. With its new bigger location, this year’s event is set to be the biggest free event Wakefield has ever seen within the city centre.
Washington [US], August 10 (ANI): US Special Envoy Envoy Jessica Stern will visit India and Nepal to advance the human rights of LGBTQI persons in each country, according to the statement released by State Department. Stern will be visiting Nepal from August 10 to 14 and will travel to India from August 23-27.
Plans for the long awaited event have been announced to celebrate equality, diversity and inclusion in the town Plans for Darlington's annual Pride celebrations have been announced with a special appearance from RuPaul's Drag Race favourite Kitty Scott-Claus. The festivities will kick-off on August 8 with MonGAY Pride where there will be a number of performances from drag queens and cabaret acts including Drag Race season three icon Kitty Scott-Claus.
The special offer is to mark the city's celebration of diversity in the city centre on Sunday (August 7) First Bus are offering £3 unlimited tickets for those attending Leeds Pride this year. It has been two years since the diversity event was able to take place following the Covid-19 pandemic.
Europe’s largest celebration for LGBTQI+ people of African, Asian, Caribbean, Latin American and Middle Eastern descent, UK Black Pride, is returning to London on 14th August. But before the day itself, two official warm-up events will be held at the Stratford Hotel’s Manhattan Loft Gardens to get the party started early.
Leeds Pride Parade 2022: First Bus offering unlimited travel for just £3 to mark city's celebration of diversity
First West Yorkshire are offering a special unlimited day ticket to mark Sunday’s Leeds Pride. This Sunday (August 7) Leeds Pride will bring together LGBTQI+ people from across the city for a day of fun, friendship and community spirit. After missing the last two years due to the pandemic, Sunday’s Leeds Pride will mark 17 years of pride events in Leeds.
Leeds Pride Parade 2022: Full list of road closures and bus route changes for Sunday's celebration of diversity
This Sunday (August 7) Leeds Pride will bring together LGBTQI+ people from across the city for a day of fun, friendship and community spirit. After missing the last two years due to the pandemic, Sunday’s Leeds Pride will mark 17 years of pride events in Leeds.
Primadona Festival returned on Friday to transport audiences to a world of books, ideas and thought-provoking conversations. The three-day literary festival took place on The Food Museum’s grounds in Stowmarket and saw many festival-goers in attendance. With an emphasis on giving women, people of colour, LGBTQI+ and disabled people a platform, it also featured conversations with musician La Roux, Rizzle Kicks’ Jordan Stephens, author Juno Dawson and screenwriter Abi Morgan.