Pride House Birmingham Schools Programme Workshop

Pride House Education Room Wynner House, Birmingham, United Kingdom

Join us for this unique one-hour session to learn about Pride House Birmingham’s (PHB) work in schools across the city. Delivered throughout the summer term with primary and secondary schools, the PHB schools programme explored the statement “Everyone Welcome in Birmingham” with additional themes of LGBTIQ+ Human Rights & the Commonwealth, The Diversity of the Second City and LGBTIQ+ Sporting ... Read More

Sport for social good or bad? Assessing the role of global sport in LGBTIQ+ inclusion

Pride House Birmingham Wynner House, Birmingham, United Kingdom

Join Pride House Birmingham for an afternoon of academic presentations and a panel discussion on current research and evidence from prominent researchers, assessing the ways in which sport is being used in positive and negative ways surrounding LGBTIQ+ people. Moderated by Dr Ryan Storr, Swinburne University - Melbourne, Australia Presentations from: Dr Sheree Becker, University of Bath - Bath, England. ... Read More

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Routes and Rainbows: LGBTQ+ Asylum Seekers Panel and Q&A

Pride House Education Room Wynner House, Birmingham, United Kingdom

More than half of applications from LGBTQ+ asylum seekers coming to the UK are unsuccessful, according to the most recent data. Just over 1,000 claims were made on a basis of sexual orientation in 2020, representing 3% of the total number of asylum seeker applications made in the UK. The stories of those navigating this arduous legal process are still ... Read More

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No Outsiders story time for 4-10 year old children and their grownups

Pride House Education Room Wynner House, Birmingham, United Kingdom

Join Andrew Moffat MBE, Birmingham teacher and creator of No Outsiders for an inclusive family story hour and painting workshop. We want children to leave this session confident about belonging in Birmingham; a city rich in diversity where all families are welcome. No Outsiders is used in hundreds of schools across the UK to teach children about difference and diversity ... Read More

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Barriers and opportunities for non-binary inclusive sports

Pride House Education Room Wynner House, Birmingham, United Kingdom

Non-binary identities have become increasingly visible in recent years and there are increasing demands for the recognition and inclusion of non-binary people across different areas of social life. In sports, however, most opportunities to participate and compete are divided into two mutually exclusive female and male categories, which makes it difficult and often impossible for non-binary people to be included ... Read More

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