Please save the date – the next meeting of the LGBT+ Hub will be on Thursday 11 January 2018, 5.30pm to 7.30pm, Town Hall. Refreshments and networking from 5pm. The Hub is open to anyone interested in LGBT+ issues. Agenda and papers will be sent closer to the date. Please let us know by Tuesday
Drink Wise, Age Well celebrates Sheffield’s 50+ LGBT+ community Drink Wise, Age Well is mounting an inspiring and moving exhibition to support and celebrate Sheffield’s 50+ LGBT+ community. ‘Where are we now’ is opening at The APG Works on 1st December to coincide with World AIDS day and will run until 15th December. The work combines sound and
Thank you to Claire Ridall, Claire Eggleston, Dave Darwent & Serena Noble for taking part in the #WhyIWearARibbon campaign.
I’m old enough to remember the first time we wore red ribbons for HIV / AIDS awareness, shortly before Freddie Mercury died from AIDS related illness. I’ve worn a red ribbon every year since and for years I’ve organised the sale of ribbons in my places of work to raise funds for HIV charities. For
The Sheffield United LGBT+ supporter group is now picking up pace. They had a meeting with the Supporter Liaison Officer at Sheffield United; head of the Sheffield United Independent Supporters Association; head of (the official) Sheffield United Supporters Club and director of Pride in Football. And it was all aimed to get to this point.
World Aids Day Lecture: Book your tickets now Hidden Perspectives are delighted to invite you to our World Aids Day Lecture on 4 December, 14.00-16.00, Lecture Theatre 8, Arts Tower, Sheffield. Promoting joy and exorcising guilt: a queers nun’s approach to non-heteronormative shame. Dan Nield, University of Chester. The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence are a
Friday 1 December 2017, 5:15 to 7pm Sheffield Winter Garden, 90 Surrey Street, S1 2HH SAYiT (The Sheena Amos Youth Trust) will be hosting this year’s World Aids Day Vigil in collaboration with Sheffield City Council. This is an open event commemorating World Aids Day and in remembrance of those who have lost their lives
Monday 20 November 2017, 5.30pm to 8pm Hallam Square, Howard Street, S1 2PR Transgender Day of Remembrance is held every year in November to mourn those lost to transphobic hatred and violence. These are deaths that are largely ignored by mainstream society, but send shockwaves through the trans community. TDOR gives us a day to
We are delighted to announce that Sheffield Hallam University will be launching the LGBT+ Allies Network on 31st October, City View, Owen Building, 4.00pm – 6.00pm. The Allies network reinforces our organisations commitment to ensuring equality and inclusion across the university. Being an ally means being an advocate, supporter and friend. Someone that stands up