LGBT Teachers Conference 2014
The NUT LGBT Teachers' Conference is an annual event where teachers can meet together in a safe space to discuss issues that are of particular concern to them. It allows members the opportunity to discuss and address issues of LGBT equality, education and the workplace and to receive updates about Union campaigns.
LGBT History month'LGBT History Month 2015 - The Launch
The Launch will take place on Tuesday 18th November at the Museum of the Order of St John, Clerkenwell , London.
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Sign up for a workshop where teachers can find out the latest additions to the classroom – a one-stop-shop for people who want to make the curriculum LGBT friendly
A Workshop for Youth Worker
If you work with LGBT youth this workshop will explore how the LGBT community evolved whilst empowering young people with the communication and project planning needed to carry out this work in Youth Group Settings
Anthony Walker Memorial Lecture – 17 October 2014 – Barking and Dagenham
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Jeremy Crook OBE
Director Black Training Enterprise Group
Each year, the Anthony Walker Memorial Lecture is organised by the NUT in conjunction with the Walker family and the Anthony Walker Foundation. Anthony was murdered in a brutal, racially motivated attack in Liverpool on 30 July 2005. The lecture is one of a range of activities that keep Anthony’s memory alive and continue the fight against racist violence. It is held every year during Black History Month and this year will take place in Barking and Dagenham at the Broadway Theatre, Barking IG11 7LS
The lecture is free but booking is essential. For more information contact the Education and Equalities department by email email@example.com or telephone 020 7380 4861 or see the attached flyer.