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Changing Times?

Olga Khoroshilova's piece on the BBC World Services website (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-41737330) tells the story of a brief period in 1921 when the gay community in Russia had a "brief window of freedom" and shows extraordinary photographs of a gay wedding from the 1920s.  It reminded me of a conversation I had with a friend this week where I was teasing him about making an honest man of his partner, commenting on how progressive we are in the UK and how the gay community has the options of a civil partnership or a w

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The first safe house for LGBTI asylum seekers and refugees opens in the UK

This month, Micro Rainbow International, a social enterprise that designs and delivers innovative programmes to lift LGBTI people out of poverty in the UK, Brazil and Cambodia, opened the first safe house for LGBTI asylum seekers and refugees in the UK. Last month, Rashid and Maria, two asylum seekers from Bangladesh and El Salvador, entered the first safe house in the UK created exclusively for LGBTI asylum seekers and refugees.

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FREE CPD ACCREDITED TRAINING: EMPOWERING MIGRANT AND REFUGEE WOMEN TO CLAIM THEIR RIGHTS

The IARS International Institute in coordination with the 

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Intersecting Inequalities Report: Austerity is hitting black and Asian women hardest

The past 10th of October Runnymede and the Women's Budget Group published new research unveiling how austerity measures are disproportionately affecting black and Asian women.

The Intersecting Inequalities Report nuancedly evidences the ways in which the intersections of gender, race and class really matters when it comes to the negative effects of austerity cuts and reforms. With shocking forecast, the research shows how BME women are the hardest hit by austerity!

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VACANCY: PROJECTS COORDINATOR (JUSTICE)

(NOW CLOSED)

We are looking for a committed and confident Projects Coordinator (Justice).

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