Women on Top: “A TV Show Made Me Realise That I Couldn’t Hide Anymore, It Wasn’t Working”

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Jessica Parry from Reed Smith spoke to George Wright from myGwork about the decision to move to the UK, finding her dream career, and the power that media has in empowering representation BY MYGWORK, IMAGE BY JESSICA PARRY Although originally from Canada, Reed Smith associate Jess Parry moved to the UK nine years ago. After an exchange term at [….]

Ozanne Foundation Awards recognise the senior leaders furthering the rights of LGBTQI people of faith

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Registered as a charity in 2018, The Ozanne Foundation works to support and affirm LGBTQI people of faith BY ELEANOR NOYCE, IMAGES BY NAOMI BENNETT AT THE OZANNE FOUNDATION Attended by a myriad of senior faith leaders, parliamentarians and Ozanne Foundation trustees alike, this year’s Ozanne Foundation Awards recognised four leaders for their revolutionary contributions [….]

Welsh Government offers LGBTQI training to museum, archive and library staff ahead of LGBT History Month

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Illustrated in the Welsh Government’s LGBTQI Action Plan, the initiative aims to tackle inequalities experienced by the LGBTQI community BY ELEANOR NOYCE, IMAGE BY ZACHARY DRUCKER/THE GENDER SPECTRUM COLLECTION In a landmark moment in history, the Welsh Government has announced that it will be making new moves towards furthering inclusivity by offering training on LGBTQI [….]

Meet Jo Eaton-Kent, star of Mark Gatiss’ new adaptation of A Christmas Carol

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“We have a lot of queer people making their own work and employing other queer people to be a part of it and it becomes a melting pot of joy” BY KEAH LILY, IMAGE BY MICHAEL WHARLEY Following a successful premier in Nottingham, Mark Gatiss’ adaptation of A Christmas Carol takes on London at Alexandra [….]