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Lord Cashman opens Pride Media Centre in Gateshead

Besi Besemar June 3, 2019

Celebrated LGBT+ campaigner officially opens innovative venture, to help transform lives and boost job prospects in the North East.

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Business News

Lord Cashman to launch UK’s first LGBT+ Business and Media Centre

Besi Besemar May 25, 2019

A FOUNDER of the UK’s largest national LGBT+ charity and member of the House of Lords heads to the North East later this month to open a trailblazing media centre.

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Arts

Lord Cashman becomes Omnibus Theatre’s newest patron

Besi Besemar February 12, 2019

Lord Michael Cashman, one of the co-founders of Stonewall, the national equality charity and leading LGBT+ equality rights advocate, has been named as the newest patron of the Omnibus Theatre.

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In The South

Prime Minister urged to compensate convicted gay men

Besi Besemar June 30, 2018

A delegation of Lord Cashman, Peter Tatchell and Rachel Barnes, great-niece of Alan Turing hand compensation letter to 10 Downing Street. The Prime Minister, Theresa May, is being urged to “compensate living men who were convicted under discriminatory, anti-gay laws – both before and after 1967 – in instances where their behaviour is now no longer a crime.”

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Arts

Five days left to support Pride documentary Kickstarter campaign

Besi Besemar August 11, 2017

Film makers are working on a new LGBT+ film called PRIDE? a documentary exploring the history of Pride in the UK, where it is today and where the movement needs to go. In March a work-in-progress edit was screened at the BFI FLARE Festival. The Independent called it one of the 9 picks of the festival, saying PRIDE? “will no doubt be one of the most important LGBT factual films of 2017.”

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Community News

Last chance to buy tickets for Equality Ball 2016

Besi Besemar November 25, 2016

With 1 day to go, just 30 tickets left for the EQUALITY BALL 2016. The gala fundraising dinner and evening of entertainment takes place on Saturday, November 26 at Stratford Old Town Hall, London in aid of the LGBT and human rights work of the Peter Tatchell Foundation.

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International News

Charity condemns university’s student union for infringement of free speech

Gary Hart September 27, 2015

The Pink Triangle Trust (PTT) has roundly condemned the University of Warwick’s Student Union for banning one of its patrons from addressing the University’s Atheists, Secularists and Humanists Society. The address was to have taken place next month.

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In The South

Rainbow flag raised for Totnes Pride

Gary Hart September 2, 2015

For the first time in history, Totnes Town Council has raised the rainbow flag over Totnes Civic Hall, as a sign of solidarity for LGBT+ people in Totnes and beyond. During the moving ceremony, onlookers enjoyed a special performance by Totnes Community Choir Global Harmony and Totnes Women’s Choir VIVA.

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