Events

1 December 2010
What difference have civil partnerships made? Panel discussion.
Pavilion Theatre, Brighton.

3 December 2010
Sex, Sexualities and the Law: Changing Attitudes or Perpetuating Stereotypes?
Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, 17 Russell Square, London WC1B 5DR

10 December 2010
ESRC ‘Fairness At Work’ Seminar Series
‘Intersectionality: from Idea to Implementation’

University of Brighton, Grand Parade, from 10-5pm

21 December 2010
Global Orgasm Day
A day to orgasm for world peace, social justice, and against global warming.

11-12 February 2011
“Revolting: Bodies, Politics & Genders”: 18th annual lesbian lives conference
The world’s only annual academic conference in Lesbian Studies, and major international event, hosted by the University of Brighton.

4 April 2011
Sexual Consumption in the City
A conference to launch the findings from an ESRC funded research project on the regulation of the lap dancing industry by Dr Teela Sanders and Kate Hardy at the University of Leeds.

15 – 16 May 2011
Demystifying Public Engagement: Gender & Sexuality Studies Beyond the Academy
Newcastle University

24 May 2011
The Politics of Living Religion/Spirituality and Gender/Sexuality in Everyday Context
London

25 – 26 July 2011
Interrogating (In)Equality
The Centre for Feminist Legal Studies, at the Peter Wall Institute for Advanced Studies, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada

2 Responses to Events

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  2. We are having a talk at Chichester Humanists entitled “Being Gay in the UK” by Peter Cornwell, leading member of Worthing Pride.

    Peter is an active campaigner and sits on the Community Equality Working Group for Adur and Worthing. He draws on personal experience and other anecdotes to discuss the challenges faced by the Gay population in the UK today.

    As usual, there will be open questions and answers throughout the meeting.

    Details and poster will be on the website http://www.WestSussexHumanists.org.uk later today.

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