Pinknic 2019

Pinknic is around the corner! Next week SIGNAL members will be working with HR to man a Sheffield Hallam University stand at the event. Whether you are coming as a volunteer or just to attend pop over and say Hey! For more information about the event and volunteering opportunities please review the images below.  

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IDAHOBIT 2019

SIGNAL members attended IDAHOBIT last Friday to watch some of our fellow members on stage. It was a great event and luckily the rain held off for the evening! Thank you to Alison Metcalfe for a great speech. Thank you to James Laley for his role in the organisation of the event and keeping us entertained. Thank you to the […]

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bamer pride

SAYiT’s BAMER Pride has been planned and delivered by a group of LGBT+ BAMER volunteers and young people at SAYiT. It was created after discussions with people representing various segments of the BAMER community. 2019 will be our second year running an event celebrating BAMER LGBT+ people and is held to coincide with the 50th anniversary of Stonewall Riots which […]

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Stonewall London Workplace Conference

With less than a month until our London Workplace Conference on 26 April 2019, we hope you’ll join us at Europe’s leading conference on LGBT inclusion in the workplace. You’ll get to choose from 24 CPD-accredited sessions which are designed and delivered by Stonewall inclusion experts and feature speakers from leading organisations who’ll be sharing their best practice on LGBT […]

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Are you interested in participating in a research study about LGBT people’s experiences of homelessness?

Why is the study being done? Not much is known about LGBT people’s experiences of homelessness and the particular issues they may face. The Government has made a commitment to increase understanding so that services can be improved for LGBT people. Who can participate You can take part if you are over the age of 16, identify as lesbian, gay, […]

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Critical Whiteness

Dear colleagues The University is committed to addressing the degree attainment gap, and will be hosting a series of events to challenge and diversify thinking and practice over the coming months. Following Decolonising Phenomenology, the next event is scheduled to take place on Wednesday 27th March 12-2pm in Cantor 9003, when Stella Jones-Devitt and Dr Liz Austen, will be presenting […]

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