In the second part of this Fellow-led series, the LGBTQ Creative Cultures Network explores Homophobia and Transphobia expressed within Football, and looks at the system of restorative justice.
At this event, Fellows are invited to look at the system of restorative justice devised by Pride of Irons (the West Ham LGBTQI Supporters Group) in collaboration with West Ham United FC and local Police, to tackle Homophobic chanting and abuse during matches.
Our guest speakers will be Jim Dolan, Founder and former Chair of Pride of Irons and Jo Bailey, Co Chair of Pride of Irons.
The event host, Trevor Wood is an RSA Fellow, and the Lead of the Fellow-led LGBTQ Creative Cultures Network.
The event is free to attend and open to all, Fellows and non-Fellows. Please book to let us know that you’re planning to attend.
We hope you can join us!
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