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Diversity Month 2014

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. This year's theme is time, history and generation. The events will look at the historical context of equalities and diversity and the way different experiences of diversity are found within and between generations.

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

February 2014

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Lunchtime workshop: Making yourself heard - A public speaking workshop for women students

Quiz night: Women's LGBT+ History Pub Quiz


Evening event: LGBT+ History Month launch night

Evening workshop: Making yourself heard - A public speaking workshop for women students

Exhibition (to run until the 17 February): The history of British Sign Language(BSL)

Lunchtime lecture: A one world web? How new technologies are adapting to different cultures

Evening workshop: Assertiveness for women students

Comedy night with an all female line up: Science Showoff

Lunchtime workshop: Assertiveness for women students

Film night: Opening Doors and UCL LGBT+ Women’s only film night - Cloudburst

Evening discussion: Ace 201 - a discussion on the place of asexuality in LGBT+ communities
Evening talk: When I grow up I want to be




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Lunchtime lecture: Welcome to Britain? Immigration, generation and belonging Lunchtime lecture: Historicising slavery and engaging the younger generation

Evening film screening: Queen of the desert

Lunchtime event: Speed-relating One-day workshop: Derek Jarman: sites and spaces


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(Reading Week)





Evening talk: "You don't look old!"

Evening film screening: Having a gay old time: voices of LGBT history

Evening trip to St Ethelburga's Centre for Peace & Reconciliation

Exhibition (to run until the 6 March): I'm a feminist because....

Lunchtime screening: Equal opportunities (Yes Minister)

Evening talk: LGBT+ History talk

Outreach stall: Your mental health and you - a conversation...

Lunch hour lecture: Buddhas of Suburbia: faith, migration and suburban change in London

Volunteering stalls: LGBT+ Volunteering fair

Contact Sonal Bharadva ( for further information

As part of the Diversity Month series, a panel discussion chaired by Professor Michael Arthur, UCL President & Provost - "Why isn't my professor black?" will take place on the 10 March 2014. Click on the hyperlink for more details.




Last updated: 12th October 2016