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BBC video resources….. Things not to say to

People with facial disfigurements  A trans person A blind person Bisexual people Someone of mixed race An old person Someone who stammers  More in this series here These are not new videos but they might be a fun and engaging resource for diversity training or just sharing.. Send us your personal thoughts about content in […]

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Graham's oral history was recorded months before he died. It was engraved onto a large, white, square slab of soap. It is part of the 'Other Stories' project © Matt Smith

2017 LGBTQI cultural consortium

DHG is delighted to be kick starting discussions in the arts and cultural heritage sectors looking at how we respond to the 50th anniversary of the UK Sexual offences Act 1967. In our experience cultural anniversaries that involve diversity issues can catch the cultural sectors unaware. We want to support cross sector organisations to make a co-ordinated […]

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Gendered intelligence

 Gendered Intelligence provide training, support, activities and resources for trans people and those who work with them, support them or proivde services that trans people may need or use. GI work across all sectors, with particular specialisms in working with younger trans people and the arts. Full information and some free downloadable resources available on their website. Regular […]

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Stylised black and white, head shot, fashion image of April Ashely as a young woman wearing a scarf. • © Ken Walker repriduced with permission from Liverpool Museum

Transgender icon -Liverpool exhibition opens

I can’t wait to see this exhibition on April Ashley because there is so little on transgender and transsexual issues in museums. I’ll post highlights and learning points when I have managed to see it. But before I even see it I think Liverpool deserves a back slap for this partnership with Homotopia. Tracy-Ann

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The Equality and Diversity Forum

The Equality and Diversity Forum (EDF) is a network of national organisations committed to equal opportunities, social justice, good community relations, respect for human rights and an end to discrimination based on age, disability, gender and gender identity, race, religion or belief, and sexual orientation. They have an excellent free newsletter that we trawl regularly […]

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The Network

The Network is an organisation that supports libraries, archives, museums, galleries and other cultural and heritage organisation who are working to tackle social exclusion. There is an informative bulletin, newsletter and many other resources. The Network co-ordinate email lists for librarians and cultural heritage professionals working with prisoners, ex-prisoners and their families looked after children […]

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