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Pride Solidarity Fund donates £10,000 to national LGBT+ organisations

Besi Besemar August 6, 2019

Pride Solidarity Fund donates £5,000 each to the Peter Tatchell Foundation and The Kaleidoscope Trust. Pride Solidarity Fund was established in 2018 to support LGBTQ+ community groups, projects and organisations.

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Local musicians help raise funds for Peter Tatchell Foundation

Besi Besemar May 26, 2019

Fundraiser for the Peter Tatchell Foundation raises £1,012.14. Mr Tatchell was the special guest speaker at the fundraising night on April 26 at the Unitarian Church, New Road, Brighton at A Night Of 21st Century Folk Music.

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TONIGHT – Brighton fundraiser for Peter Tatchell Foundation

Besi Besemar April 26, 2019

Peter Tatchell is the special guest speaker at a special fundraising night for the Peter Tatchell Foundation – A Night Of 21st Century Folk Music on April 26 at 7pm at the Unitarian Church, New Road, Brighton.

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Tatchell and supporters challenge worshippers outside Regents Park mosque

Besi Besemar September 23, 2018

Muslim worshippers at Central London (Regents Park) mosque reacted with a mixture of interest, hostility and indifference as they were leafleted and engaged in conversation by LGBT+ Muslims supported by the Peter Tatchell Foundation on Friday, September 21 when they arrived for Friday prayers.

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In The South

Tatchell to distribute LGBT+ leaflets at Regents Park mosque today

Besi Besemar September 20, 2018

This Friday, September 21, the Peter Tatchell Foundation and LGBT Muslims will continue their campaign: LGBT-Muslim Solidarity – Fight all hate by taking their message to one of the largest mosques in Britain – handing out leaflets and talking to worshippers.

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In The South

India repeals Colonial ban on same-sex relations

Besi Besemar September 8, 2018

THE Supreme Court of India made the historic decision to repeal the ban on same-sex relations on September 6. The colonial-era Section 377 of the Indian Penal Code made sexual behaviour “against the order of nature” illegal and punishable by imprisonment and served as a model for similar laws across the British Colonial Empire.

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In The South

The Economic Cost of Homophobia

Besi Besemar June 20, 2018

Peter Tatchell Foundation launches major new report. Mr Tatchell, just back from Russia where he was arrested for engaging in a one man protest in Moscow during the FIFA World Cup, has launched a new report, with the backing of the Lord Speaker, Lord Fowler.

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Peter Tatchell Foundation appeals for donations to continue Commonwealth Campaign

Besi Besemar May 1, 2018

Following their successful campaign during the recent Commonwealth Head of Government (ChoGN) meeting in London to draw attention to the plight of LGBT+ people in Commonwealth States, The Peter Tatchell Foundation issues an appeal for donations to help continue the next stage of their work on the campaign.

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