It’s LGBT History Month. Attitudes towards the community have changed for the better, however many LGBT people are still afraid to come out at work. In short - there is still some way to go.
The government has today confirmed the granting of pardons to men convicted under historic anti-gay laws, pre-2003, for consenting adult same-sex behaviour, where such behaviour is no longer a crime today.
Chris Morgan and Unusual Risks are very proud to announce the UK’s first ever “HIV & Finance Tour” in partnership with Terrence Higgins Trust – Health, Wealth & Happiness Project, will be happening in February and March 2017.
MI5 has achieved 5th place in the 2017 Stonewall Workplace Equality Index and its LGBT Network Group has been highly commended.
IBM is proud of their long-standing commitment to fostering diversity, acceptance and inclusion. They strongly oppose discrimination of any kind toward anyone. IBM firmly stands by all of our employees and strives to attract, retain and grow the very best and brightest diverse talent to fulfil their company’s purpose — to be essential.
First we do the shooting, then we do the talking.
Unusual Risks, the medical financial advisers are today announcing the results of their latest HIV Insurance Survey. After contacting all of the major Life Assurance providers in the UK, they can report that 75%* of insurers are now offering some form of HIV Life Assurance.
Young gay and transgender people fear a group which supports them could close after losing its council contract.
The Albert Medal 2016 has been awarded to LGBT and human rights campaigner Peter Tatchell, Director of the Peter Tatchell Foundation.
A Belfast man investigated on suspicion of having gay sex in the 1970s fears there may be a low take-up in a proposed pardon for convicted gay men.