Although we are saddened by the cancellation of our Deaf LGBTIQA+ event to due circumstances out of our control. We do have some good news!
We are able to publish the online result of our survey consultation a day earlier! Please head over to the ‘Representing You’ tab above and select Survey Consultation 19/20 from the drop down options. Alternatively you can click here to take you straight to it!
There’s a lot to read so do take your time and let us know your what you think/opinions are either on here, or on one of our social media pages such as Facebook, twitter or even via our email email@example.com. We look forward to hearing from you.
Lastly we’d like to take this opportunity to thank EVERYONE; speakers, interpreters, palantypists, committee members, participants for your support and understanding.
Many thanks to Consortium for the funding to make all of this possible.
We’re excited to announce a very special event on Saturday March 14th where we’ll be hosting workshops for everyone, sharing important insights drawn from our survey last year and a chance for us to meet you! We have had 187 responses so have plenty to talk about. The day will involve focusing on what our next steps should be for Deaf LGBTIQA as a whole.
There will also be a few invited speakers in attendance.
This is also an opportunity for us to thank everyone who has helped and supported us along the way. We would never have been able to do this without the support from yourselves and the LGBT Consortium.
Please book a place and save the date.
Free tickets can be purchased here (this event has passed)
Date: Saturday March 14th
Time: 11am -4pm
Location: UCL, Chadwick Building B05 LT, Gower Street, London, WC1E 6BT
Lunch and refreshments will be provided at the venue.
Thanks to limited funding, BSL interpreters will be provided.
Thanks to limited funding we can help people with travel expenses if you have genuine financial difficulties. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to ask.
We look forward to seeing you there!
*booking a ticket is essential to attend this event*
Many thanks to largely in part from the grant given to us by the LGBT+ Consortium.