Law and Sexuality

A commentary and resource on Law and Sexuality by Professor Chris Ashford and guests

SOLIDARITY BUT NOT SIMILARITY?

Readers may be interested in this forthcoming event…

SOLIDARITY BUT NOT SIMILARITY?
LGBT COMMUNITIES IN THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY

Free one day conference, 9th November 2012, Sheffield

This conference will disseminate findings from the recent UK Arts and Humanities Research Council project on understandings and experiences of ‘LGBT communities’, and their implications for ‘wellbeing’. It will also feature additional contributions from experts in the field (see below).

 The event is aimed at a wide variety of people, including academics, policymakers and service commissioners, practitioners and service providers, project participants, postgraduate researchers/students, and anyone else who’s interested!

Confirmed contributions so far include: Professor Catherine Donovan, University of Sunderland Eleanor Formby, Sheffield Hallam University Lee Gale, TransBareAll Steve Slack, Centre for HIV and Sexual Health Youth group drama performance, Sheena Amos Youth Trust

To register for a place please complete the booking form and return to: e.formby@shu.ac.uk. There are a very small number of travel bursaries available for those on a low income. If you would like to apply for this please provide details on the booking form. www.lgbtcommunityresearch.co.uk

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