Parapride launches new digital series

Join the first episode on 15 December to discuss ‘Post-lockdown inclusion in queer community’

  • Date: 15 December 2020
  • Start time: 6.00pm
  • End time: 7.00pm
  • Price: FREE
  • Venue: Online
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As we reach the end of a challenging year, it’s our pleasure to invite you to the launch of Parapride’s new digital series which marks Disability Awareness Month.

This series is called ‘dis-section’, (disability-section); an inclusive and safe digital space where we converse about topics that are often not talked about in the wider LGBTQ+ community.

It would be our honour to welcome you to the first episode of the series, live on Zoom next Tuesday 15th December from 6pm – 7pm.

The topic of this event will be: Post-lockdown inclusion in queer community’ – As the queer community gradually warms up to the idea of returning to having a social life, moving forward, how can we ensure we include more the marginalised LGBTQ+ communities?

We will be joined by a great panel formed by representatives of partner organisations from different parts of the LGBTQ+ community, who will help us to ‘dissect’ the subject. Together we will reflect, scrutinise, share experiences and opinions, and suggest helpful ideas for improvements. Plus a Q&A session.

We are very mindful of the identity protection of our panelists and partner organisations, therefore we will announce the line-up of panellists closer to the event date.

Here’s the eventbrite link to register for the free tickets, more details about the event can be found in the overview; – We would really appreciate your help with promoting this event among your networks and social media channels.

The event will be followed by the chance of winning a cash prize by entering our fun mini-quiz about ‘disability-awareness’. We can’t wait to welcome you!

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