[POSTPONED] We Are Human: Personal Stories of LGBTQ+ Identities and Intersection
THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED DUE TO UCU STRIKES. A DATE LATER IN THE YEAR WILL BE DETERMINED.
The Staff Pride Network is excited to announce a new LGBTQ+ conference which will take place on Friday 21st February 2020 (during Flexible Learning Week) called ‘We Are Human: Personal Stories of LGBTQ+ Identities and Intersection’.
Presentations will be personal in nature from those with lived experience and panels will discuss the important topics of our time:
- Hassan Marah MSc Criminal Justice & Sharon Boateng
Criminal Investigation Officer with the Fraud Investigation Service
“Micro Incivilities – The Paper Cut Effect”
- Nathan Sparling & Will Dalgleish
HIV Scotland Chief Executive; Chair of the Lothian Patient Forum
“Creating Stigma-Free Spaces and Places for People Living with HIV”
- Sergeant Frazer Robertson (British Transport Police)
Chair – Scottish LGBTI Police Association
“A Rainbow Voice Among The Thin Blue Line …”
- Emma Dunn
Chair A:gender – Network for trans and intersex staff across government
“Emma’s Story (aka Sex, Drugs and Smear Tests)”
- Derek Bradford
HMRC LGBT+ PRISM Network Chairperson
“Bringing Your Whole Self To Work”
- Becky Kaufmann
Scottish Trans Alliance Justice Policy Officer
“Our Lives Are Real: Being Trans in Scotland in 2020”
With funding from the University we are delighted to make this available free of charge. A buffet lunch and refreshments are included, thanks to funding from the Principal’s Fund, University of Edinburgh Finance and all 3 Colleges of the University.