Posts Tagged: out

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LGBT couples and individuals urged to find out about adoption and fostering during LGBT Adoption and Fostering Week.

Essex County Council is encouraging LGBT couples and individuals to find out more about adoption and fostering as part of LGBT Adoption and Fostering ...
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Eddie Redmayne speaks out for homeless LGBT youth

The Danish Girl actor visited the Los Angeles LGBT Centre over the weekend. Eddie Redmayne sat down with centre’s CEO Lorri L. Jean to learn abou...
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Students show their commitment to stamping out hate crime

Written By: Saiqa Chaudhari  16/2/16 UNIVERSITY of Bolton Students’ Union showed their commitment to tackling hate crime. The students’ u...
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Why It Matters to Be Out and Proud In Global Business

Written By: Beth Brooke-Marciniak    11/1/16 As I look back at 2015 it’s hard to believe that it’s almost been a year since the World E...
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Eight years out, preparations for a third UK city to be European Capital of Culture are already underway

Written By: Kenn Taylor  15/12/15 In 2023, a UK city will hold the title of European Capital of Culture. This may seem a long way off – so long, in...
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Stonewall: less than half of LGB staff comfortable being “out” at work

Written By: Andrew Page 4/12/15 Stonewall, the LGBT charity, held its Workplace Conference today at the Edinburgh International Conference Centre. Wi...
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Out gay Imam creates online school for LGBT-friendly Islamic study

Written By: Joseph Patrick McCormick  25/11/15  An out gay Imam has created an online school which allows users to access information on LGBT-frien...
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Student Diversity hosts “Coming Out Day”

Written By: Vanessa Charlot  21/10/15 Sunday, Oct. 11, 2015, marked the 27th anniversary of “National Coming Out Day.” 27 years ago was the Natio...
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Opening up or shutting out? Social mobility in the legal profession

I am honoured to be writing this guest blog as we launch our report on social mobility within the UK legal profession. Social mobility is an issue ver...
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Coming out at work: Should I tell my colleagues I’m gay?