We’re excited to announce the launch of The Bi Series our first series of events that directly addresses bi needs.
BOOK YOUR FREE TICKET: Bit.ly/BiSeries
Throughout 2017 we’ll be hosting a variety of talks, workshops and community events in Manchester, aimed at bi people and drawing on the experiences of Bi activists across the UK.
Our launch event will feature a talk on Bi History from prominent bi activist Jen Yockney MBE. It will be followed by ‘speed-mating’ – a great, informal opportunity to mingle and share a bit of your own histories with other bi people. Throughout the afternoon, there will also be chances to add your story to a Bi History video project being organised by our friends at BiPhoria.
3:10-3:20pm: Welcome time!
3:20-4:00pm: ‘Our Forgotten History’, a talk on Bi History by Jen Yockney MBE
4:00-5:00pm: Time to enjoy the exhibition, mingle with attendees and take part in Biphoria’s video project.
More info: lgbt.foundation/bi
The venue is wheelchair accessible, if you have any questions about accessibility, please email email@example.com
*The Bi Programme is open to bi people and their friends, partners, and family. We also welcome people who otherwise identify as ‘not straight and not gay’ such as pansexual, queer and fluid people as well as people questioning their sexual orientation. The launch event is open to all.
LGBT History Month takes place in February every year
This year’s theme is Law & Citizenship which celebrates the 50th anniversary of the partial decriminalisation of homosexuality
Here is a message from our very own Marcus Taylor ….
Hey picnic fans, we’re BACK!! After a year out The Pink Picnic is back. Please help make this years event return with a BANG by inviting all your friends and by sharing our event page. #SalfordPride2017
Salford’s annual Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans Pride Celebration
Join us on Saturday 15th July 2017 from 13:00 – 20:00 for this years Pink Picnic!
The Pink Picnic is Salford’s annual Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans (LGBT+) Pride Celebration. The event is FREE and this year will be held in The Meadow.
More details about The Pink Picnic 2017 COMING SOON!
Don’t forget to share and invite all your friends!
This is a free event with donations gratefully welcomed
Try and tune in to Gaydio then click North West to listen to our very own Salford Youth Tsar Chris Rice this week. Interviewed by me Vic Hanley during a special show hosted by Emma Goswell from 8pm on Wednesday 8th February
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Check out what Salford have organised for this special week too here
This is Manchester Hate Crime Awareness week, with events going on around the city to promote awareness and reporting. You can find out more about the issues and what’s happening at makingmanchestersafer.com or on Twitter through #Westandtogether
We are one of the most diverse universities in the country, and we celebrate the uniqueness of every student. We love difference. We are #OneSalford.
Domestic abuse is a hate crime, and it’s more common than you think. The chances are that you know someone who is or has been a victim, or has witnessed domestic violence. Tomorrow’s (7th Feb) free performance of ‘Black Eyes and Cottage Pies’ looks at the issues of domestic violence in more detail. If you want to go along, you can get a ticket at http://www.salfordstudents.com/events/black-eyes-and-cottage-pie
If you need to talk to someone about domestic abuse or other hate crime, you can talk to us. Email us at Report-It-Hatecrime@salford.ac.uk , or call askUS on 0161 295 0023. We’ll help you to get the support you need.
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The year’s theme was ‘How can life go on?’
Salford City Council put together a great poignant inspiring and truly moving event this year hosted for another year by The Albion Academy on London Street directed by Magda Sachs at very short notice.
Here are some images of this special night
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