At Christ Church we are proud to support LGBT+ History Month in February and beyond.
To advance Equality, Diversity and Inclusion outcomes and representation and redress inequity, discrimination, progression and attainment imbalances for our staff and students.
We are proud of our community and want to keep building a culture of equality and inclusion. Through LGBTQIA+ History Month we host a number of thought-provoking and celebratory events not just in February but throughout the year.
Find out about the LGBT+ events happening across the UK!
Join staff and students as they mark the beginning of LGBTQIA+ History Month with the raising of the Progress Pride flag outside Augustine House - all welcome.
Find out about the history of the Pride flag, pick up & borrow an LGBT+ fiction book and find out what resources are available throughout the month
A QR-code exhibition showcasing 12 games by LGBT+ creators in the last decade. The games selected each explore Queer themes, and in doing so, push and redefine the limits of what games are and can be.
Join the Society for music, drag performances, valentine’s crafting and romantic bingo
This symposium aims to bring together a diverse array of voices to continue discussions around LGBTQIA+ analysis, authorship and activism occurring in games as a creative and academic field.
Join creators of edutainment resources that are used by children, parents, and teachers to teach about equality & diversity whilst helping to combat LGBT+ prejudice before it can begin to form.
Learn to make an iris paper folded heart in one of the Pride Flag colours. Participants need to order their kit by 11 February, there’s a small charge of £3 (payable via PayPal) to cover this.
We understand the importance of studying, working and living in a culture of inclusivity and acceptance, so you can thrive without barriers.
CCCq is our staff LGBTQIA+ network - an inclusive, supportive and welcoming community to all LGBTQIA+ members of staff as well as LGBTQIA+ allies.
The LGBT+ Society is a 'safe space' society where we celebrate being part of a diverse community.
We believe everyone has the right to live, study and work in a safe and supportive environment, free from discrimination, bullying or harassment of any form.
At Canterbury Pride we asked the LGBTQIA+ community to share the advice they would give to their younger selves. " Pride... be yourself and be proud."