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RSA LGBT Creative & Cultural Network Gathering

Fellowship Event

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The Admiralty, London

  • Accessibility & inclusion
  • Arts and society
  • Fellowship
  • Social justice

Meet local Fellows, spark inspiring discussions, and help shape the future of LGBT+ activities in London at our next Network Event.

Apart from usual networking business, we will outline the network’s activities that help address the current LGBT issues and diversity. As always, we hope to flag oncoming LGBT+ events and initiatives in London and around. Please feel free to contact us if you can offer an informal presentation of your own LGBT+ activities. The Network is open to all who want to connect with the Fellows and be part of the Network.

All are welcome to join - you don’t need to have been to a previous meeting to get involved! If you have any questions, please contact the Network Lead, Niranjan Kamatkar FRSA (who also organises GFESTby email, or via the RSA website.

If you have any access requirements or require any reasonable adjustments, please let the team know: networks@rsa.org.uk.

Location: The Admiralty, 66 Trafalgar Square, St. James's, London, WC2N 5DS (Wheelchair access from Spring Gardens entry)


ABOUT THIS NETWORK 

Leading cultural change and enriching society around diverse and inclusive LGBT+ issues via lecture series, creative interventions and networking events while reducing stigma and stereotyping of LGBT+ people.
We will aim to work towards conditions for change: working with education, arts, culture, as well as sports bodies and other workplaces (corporate, statutory, and public bodies) to enhance engagement of LGBT people and bring LGBT cultural issues to the forefront.
We will aim to work towards creating a resource base of LGBT practitioners for educational, statutory bodies, and media for future use. It is a great opportunity for people who acted as informal ambassadors to work towards creating LGBT ambassadorships structures.

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