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Diversity Month Events

Making Connections, Challenging Assumptions

Throughout February, an exciting programme of events has been organised to celebrate diversity and examine the ongoing and evolving challenges some groups face in education, work and the wider society.

Click on the links below to find out more about each event and to register your attendance.

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February 2011

Lunchtime lecture: 'Pinkstinks: the end of childhood. Why the obsession with femininity is bad for little girls'

Panel discussion: 'White lies: racism, class and educational inequality'

Film screening: 'You Live and Burn'

Lunchtime lecture: 'Homophobia: a global phenomenon'

Volunteering: LGBT organisations volunteering fair




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Lunchtime lecture: 'Jeremy Bentham: Prophet of Secularism'

Evening talk: 'Alexander & Hephaestion: Homeric romance?'

Training session: Mental health awareness and work

Film screening: 'The Last Summer of La Boyita'

Evening talk: 'Queer in the time of terror'





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Lunchtime lecture: 'The challenges of undertaking research on disability, from a disabled person's perspective'

Conference: Conflict and cohesion: the literature of Jewry in medieval Europe

Afternoon seminar: 'Work-life balance: working for parents?'

Film screening: 'Diary of a Times Square Thief' and 'To the Marriage of True Minds'







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Evening talk: 'Leading the way and opening doors: older LGBT people share their experiences on how society has changed for them over the past few decades'


Film screening: 'Eddie and Thea'






Contact Sonal Bharadva ( for further information.





Last updated: 12th October 2016