Monday, 19 February 2018

Art & Business Club | Young Professionals in the Arts Networking Event

Dear Members,

We have received, and forward to all of you, an invitation from YPA (Young Professionals in the Arts) to a networking event on Thursday 22nd February from 7 to 9pm at Richard Saltoun, 41 Dover St, Mayfair, London W1S 4NS for a viewing of 'WOMEN LOOK AT WOMEN', an exhibition that explores feminine identity through the work of thirteen internationally renowned women artists.

Young Professionals in the Arts is a networking group created to foster connections for visual arts professionals. The event not only is an opportunity to view the artwork but also a networking opportunity in the world of art for those professionally interested in the sector.

Details can be found by clicking here.


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News / Events from Henry Miller Fine Art

News / Events - Henry Miller Fine Art



Henry Miller Fine Art: Spring 2018 Exhibition @Coningsby Gallery, 5-17 March 18

By Henry Miller on Feb 16, 2018 03:50 pm
I shall be taking my collection of paintings, prints, photography and works on paper to the Coningsby Gallery, 30 Tottenham Street, London, W1T 4RJ from 5-17 March 2018. The gallery will be open from 10am to 6pm (Mon - Wed) with late night opening until 7pm (Thurs - Friday), and 11am to 6pm (Sat).
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other recent information:

Henry Miller Fine Art: Winter Exhibition 2017 @ The Framers Gallery, 4-16 December 2017
Event: Open House in Walthamstow - 10th September 2017 - 1-6pm.
Exhibition - Leopardi's Dream: The Engravings of Francis West
Exhibition - Preview Drinks - 6-9pm 1/6/17 - Leopardi's Dream: The Engravings of Francis West.
Exhibition: Leopardi's Dream: The Engravings of Francis West, 1 to 30 June 2017
Copyright © 2018 Henry Miller Fine Art, All rights reserved.

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Thursday, 15 February 2018

Gold for Gay At Pyeongchang/News, Jobs & Events

15 February 2018
Connect, Network, Thrive
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FOR LGBT PROFESSIONALS 

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NEWS

EVENTS

5th Annual Lesbians Who Tech + Allies Summit San Francisco 2018

The 5th Annual Lesbians Who Tech + Allies San Francisco Summit will bring together over 5,000+ queer women and gender nonconforming people (+ allies) across all areas of technology.
Buy tickets early – this event will sell out. Join us for inspiring technology talks, live music, after-parties, technology demos, hula hoop contests, high fives, networking that does not suck, a tech career fair featuring top tech companies, and workshops that focus on your leadership and career growth.
More information

Pioneering Women In LGBTIQ Activism


When: 21 February 2018 / 18:30
Where: London (UK)
Information: 
Action for Children was one of the first formal Adoption Agencies in the UK, approved in 1926. We are passionate about finding families for children who can’t grow up with their birth family. Our purpose is to meet the needs of the most vulnerable children through the practice of finding adoption placements and providing support to adoptive families.


More information

Diversity In Tech: Actions And Toolkit  


When: 22 February 2018 / 18:00
Where: London (UK)
Information: 
Tech is becoming increasingly more prevalent in our lives. Tech companies are driving changes in how we work, communicate and even travel. The responsibility and influencing power that the people creating this technology have is getting large for any single demographic to have full control.


More information

Exclusive CPD Event: ICLC Presents LGBTIQ Rights & The Law


When: 9 March 2018 / 09:30
Where: Sydney (AUS)
Information: 
This one-day event presented by Inner City Legal Centre (ICLC),will focus on issues specifically surrounding LGBTIQ rights and the law.


More information
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JOB OPPORTUNITIES

Browse all jobs
Share this with your friends & colleagues and join myGworkLet’s work together and spread the word about diversity & inclusion in our workplaces!

If you think your organisation could be interested in partnering with myGwork, please contact us here

Friday, 9 February 2018

The Electric Watermelon @ Fox and Firkin, London [24 February]

Hello,

I hope your well. I would also like  offer free entry to your members, if they attend this event. Its honour of winter pride. all I ask is - please can you share the event. Its been a long time since any LGBT has come to lewisham. 
and what a night we have planned.


london.carpediem.cd
'The dolls house' presents A fabulous new LGBT + night crashing southeast Lewisham ***** THE ELECTRIC WATERMELON***** 8pm -2am £5 A night of Electrifying disco ...

yours

drew 

Invitation to learn about the LGBT-Token

Dear Members, 

Our colleagues at the myGwork.com are inviting us to join them on the 15th February for drinks and a presentation on a LGBT-Token.

As a financial introducer, I cannot recommend crytocurrency as this is very high volatility and there are no security but as Pierre says: free drinks and a nice place to meet up...

Best wishes,

J-F.

Jean-Fran├žois Dor
  Founder
Gay Professional Network
jf@gpn.one
www.gpn.one

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Pierre Gaubert
Date: 7 February 2018 at 12:54:09 -00:00
Subject: Fw: Invitation to learn about the LGBT-Token
To: jf@gpn.one

Hello, 
 
I would like to invite you to a special roadshow event to learn more about the LGBT Token, a blockchain technology with the aim of advancing equal rights and promoting the acceptance of the LGBT+ community.

The LGBT Token was launched in January after months of research with LGBT+ entrepreneurs and charities to find the right angle for how a blockchain technology can be used as an innovative force for change.
 The event is next Thursday the 15th of February and will be hosted by Christof Wittig, the Founder and CEO of Hornet Networks. I’ve included some links at the bottom of the email if you wish to find out more about the LGBT Token.
 I would love to see you there.
Where? 
Henry Wood House
2 Riding House Street London
London
W1W 7FA

When?
Thursday the 15th of February from 6:30 pm to 9:30 pm
https://lgbt-token.org


Friday, 2 February 2018

LGBT Consortium Newsletter

A monthly digest for the LGBT sector
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A warm welcome to the February edition of our Newsletter!
Read on for news from the Sector, our Members and the Consortium Team.

Sector News 

Last Call for LGBT Groups


Over the last 6 weeks we have been exploring LGBT Groups relationships with LGBT rights and the law through a survey and a series of round table deiscussions. The survey will be closing on Monday 5th Feburary so if you havent taken part on your groups behalf, now is the time to do it.

All LGBT groups, no matter how big or small or whether they have staff or volunteers, are invited to take part in the 
survey which will help us to paint a picture of how LGBT groups engage (or don't engage) with the law and LGBT rights in their work - however informal it may be. 

LGBT History Month 2018 


LGBT History Month this year will be commemorating two sombre events; the 30th anniversary of the passing of Section 28, which prohibited local authorities from disseminating materials that ‘promoted homosexuality’ in schools; and the fortieth anniversary of the murder by shooting of Harvey Milk, the USA’s first out-gay elected councillor. 
The History Month 2018 theme is ‘Geography: Mapping the World’.
Visit www.lgbthistorymonth.org.uk to find resrouces and events.

Put yourself on the Map! 


LGBT History Month 2018 will focus on ‘Geography: Mapping the World’ which we thought fitted rather nicely with the mapping work we are carrying out in London.

This mapping project, Always Out There is funded by City Bridge Trust and is being delivered in partnership with HERO/GMFA. We aim to collate and create an interactive map of groups, support and services for LGBT people in London.

We are keen to make sure this work doesn’t just happen in London, so we are asking LGBT groups everywhere to put themselves on the map! So if your LGBT isnt already a Member of LGBT Consortium - join up here and be counted! 

Changes to the teaching of Sex & Relationship Education and PSHE - consultation closes 13th February 


The Department for Education is considering how to update the existing Sex and Relationship guidance which, was last updated in 2000, and is therefore now out of date.

The updated guidance will support schools in delivering the new subjects of Relationships Education at primary and Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) at secondary.


There is a survey which asks for your views on a number of topics that will be considered in the update and we would encourage as many LGBT groups to give their views as possible.

Click here to give your views

Submissions Deadline Approaching for Lesbian, Bisexual and Trans Women’s Health Week Community Resources 


Are you a Lesbian, Bisexual or Trans Woman?
The National LGB&T Partnership is creating a community resource featuring Lesbian, Bisexual and Trans Women's experiences of accessing healthcare in the UK. They want healthcare professionals to hear about the good, the bad and everything in between!

You can use whichever medium you’d like; video, writing, photos, art etc... so please feel free to get creative! Make your voices heard and help us to shape a fairer healthcare system for Lesbian, Bisexual and Trans Women.
Please email your submissions to: 
j.wynn@mesmac.co.uk
Deadline: February 16th 2018.

Funding Opportunities 


We have information about 3 new funds this month that LGBT groups may be interested in exploring:
Members can access information about these and a range of other funds by clicking on the links above or by visiting our Members only Funder Finder.

Health Check is Back for 2018 


We will be continuing to release our monthly Health Check themed resources after LGBT History Month when we will be kicking off with a range of resources and Lesbian, bi and trans Women resources to coincide with LBT Women’s Week.

If you want to revisit any of our previous Health Check themed resources click here. Members can contact
Vicky or Philip or Martin for a range of support or information about our work and networks.

News from our Members

Being Proud Awards


The annual Being Proud Awards are a chance to acknowledge and recognise the hard work and achievements of people making a positive difference to the lives of lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans young people.

Voting takes place in four categories:
  • LGBT Young Person of the Year
  • The Jan Bridget LGBT Youth Worker of the Year
  • LGBT Youth Group of the Year
  • The Jaye Bloomfield LGBT Ally of the Year
Click here for more info and details of how to vote

Speak up! about your health & social care services    


Healthwatch Northumberland would really like to hear about your experiences of health and social care in Northumberland over the last year through their annual survey. This can be as a patient or carer. Knowing what is important to you will help them to work more effectively on your behalf.

Your views will be shared anonymously and stored in line with data protection regulations. You could also be in with a chance of winning a £25 Marks & Spencer voucher when you take the time to share your experiences.


Please click here to take part in the survey

Opportunities with our Members

Here are just a selection of the exciting opportunities which are currently available with our Members. But we don't have space to list them all here, so please visit the Work in the Sector page & Volunteering Opportunities page on our website for full details of all the available vacancies.

Programme Development Officer

Apply by:
Friday 2nd March

Consortium Team News

Paul - Chief Executive Officer


Welcome to February and welcome to LGBT History Month. At a time when the diversity of our communities appears under attack, we are looking forward to using this month to highlight the magnificent work every Bisexual, Trans, LGBT BAME, Faith, Disability and beyond Member organisation undertakes on a daily basis.

Without your hard work and dedication we would be in a far darker place so here’s to celebrating how we are a collectively powerful force, not just in February but throughout every day of the year. Thank you to all our Members for the dedication to supporting LGBT communities.

Your Engagement Team 


2018 has been a whirlwind so far and the Engagement team have covered a lot of Member miles between them!

During 2018 the team plan to have more opportunities for you to get together with other Members, more resources and more training than ever before for our Members to take advantage of.

We will be in touch with all of our Members over the next few months to allocate a dedicated Engagement Officer as your point of contact, so that it will be easier than ever for you to access all the benefits that Membership with Consortium has to offer.

If you feel a bit in the dark about Membership Benefits you can find more information
here or drop one of our Engagement Team a line!

Our Trans Organisations Network (TON) is continuing its pilot of a secure online platform for TON Members to share and connect, which will be launched officially later this month. If you're a TON Member and you would like to put yourself forward to help with the testing process, then please contact
Shaan with your details.

Sophie - National LGBT Anti-Bullying Project Coordinator


We are excited to be hosting a visit from this projects funder, The Government Equality Office, who will be coming along to see one of our delivery partners in action this month.

Our partners are getting great feedback from the work they are deliving to teachers and school staff around preventing and tackling homophobic, biphobic and transphobic bullying;

''A warm yet professional tone was immediately established by the course leader which allowed insightful discussion to take place across both training sessions. I feel that me and my staff were fortunate to have taken part.''

''The facilitator was excellent. Not too rigidly set to their own agenda and able to facilitate an open discussion around difficult issues that would have been difficult to manage without them.''

New Members

A Warm Welcome to our Newest Members!


We are delighted to welcome the following new members to LGBT Consortium.
Please click on the name of the organisation to find out more about them.
Unique LGBT
Stockport Pride

Events from our Members

Upcoming Events in February


Here are just a few of the exciting events from our Members which are coming up this month. But we don't have space to list them all here, so please visit the
events page on our website for full details of all the upcoming events.

Social Group

Thursday 8th February
6:30pm - 9:30pm

#gayWISE
Drop-In

Thursday 15th February
5pm - 7pm

Queers Without Beers

Wednesday 21st February
7pm - 9:30pm

LGB&T Police Advice Surgery

Monday 12th February
6pm - 8pm

Sunday Brunch

Sunday 18th February
11am - 3pm

LGBT History Month Film Night

Tuesday 27th February at 8pm
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